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Yahoo mistakenly said it has 1.3 million daily fantasy sports players, while FanDuel buys the company that developed its app.
Yahoo backed off of its claim of having 1.3 million daily fantasy sports users in its first two weeks of operation, saying it misstated the...
CEO Marissa Mayer said Yahoo's daily fantasy sports product attracted 1.3 million users over its first two weeks, a number that does not appear accurate.
Week two of Yahoo's foray into daily fantasy sports brought with it some controversy and questions about the legality of a $22,000 "guaranteed" contest.
Two massive companies are getting into the daily fantasy sports space -- Yahoo and Amaya Gaming -- and they have advantages that most DFS operators...
Yahoo's daily fantasy sports launch brought ample media attention, providing a window into how the mainstream sees the connection between gambling and DFS.
FanDuel will announce a $275 million funding round Tuesday, the New York Times reported, which would double all known investments in daily fantasy sports.
As Yahoo officially entered the daily fantasy sports realm this week, the sports and types of contests it might offer later remains an open-ended question.
Yahoo officially enters the daily fantasy sports fray. And the DFS world is worked up over the terms of service change at DraftKings.
Yahoo isn't calling its launch of daily fantasy sports a "beta test," but that is likely what it is, as the Internet giant prepares for...