It looks like New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has finally got his wish when it comes to daily fantasy sports in his freedom strangling state. Both DraftKings and FanDuel have agreed to cease taking entry fees (bets) from users in New York.
A few months after the whole New York debacle began over the legality of one-day fantasy leagues, DraftKings and FanDuel have agreed to cease taking bets in the state of New York, effective immediately.
You and I are running short on time to become a millionaire on DraftKings. That's fine. After all, there might be another time this year when the Powerball hits $1.6 billion. At least three people got to share in that mountain of cash
In case you've missed all the free advertising the TV news has given the Powerball Lottery the past week, let me get you up to date. ComeSaturday night some lucky bastard will walk away with more than $800 million should he pick the right six numbers
I could just lie about how easy it should be to find outliers in DraftKings tournaments for the upcoming Wild-Card Weekend. You folks are smarter than that though and surely realize that with just four games on tap you have to dig deeper
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