We now know that daily fantasy sports are back on track in New York. As long as Governor Andrew Cuomo puts his signature on “Bill - S 8153,” DFS enthusiasts in NY will soon be able to get back to playing
If you’ve played daily fantasy sports for more than a few months, you surely have felt the sting of a long losing streak. It sucks to say the least, and the DFS industry as a whole has had a helluva losing streak
If you think the NCAA won a major battle by getting FanDuel and DraftKings to stop offering daily fantasy sports for college athletics, think again. This move by the two main DFS websites is a dog and pony show
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.
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