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Ugarles Ugarles May 17, 2018. 21 comments

Here's What That Supreme Court Decision About Sports Betting Actually Does

Here's What That Supreme Court Decision About Sports Betting Actually Does

There are wiser ways to start an article about sports betting than this but still, I have to warn you: Murphy v NCAA—Monday’s Supreme Court decision that freed New Jersey to allow casinos and racetracks to open sports books—is boring as hell. I’ll do what I can to overcome this burden, but there is only so much that can be done. Yes, this involves people being able to bet money on sports, and...

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Kevin Draper Kevin Draper Oct 16, 2017. 8 comments

DraftKings And FanDuel Suspend College Sports Contests 

DraftKings And FanDuel Suspend College Sports Contests 

DraftKings and FanDuel have reached a voluntary agreement with the NCAA to cease all college sports daily fantasy contests, reports ESPN.

However the daily fantasy legal battles resolve, it was always likely that these sites weren’t going to continue supporting college sports contests. Two of the three states that have crafted daily fantasy regulations—Massachusetts and Indiana—ban college...

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Daniel Wallach Daniel Wallach Aug 18, 2017. 15 comments

How To Legalize Sports Betting

How To Legalize Sports Betting

Millions of Americans are gearing up for their fantasy football drafts. And thanks to the scores of lobbyists and lawyers employed by the daily fantasy sports industry, DraftKings and FanDuel are back in business in New York and many other states, just in time for the start of the NFL season. For the price of an “entry fee,” you can win a valuable “prize,” not to mention “bragging rights”...

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