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Can Fantasy Sports produce a Fantasy Slot Game?

Over the last decade, fantasy sport games have been on the rise. In fact, there are now fantasy games available for most sports, including football, soccer and basketball. Some of these games are daily, some are weekly and some are yearly but they all have one thing in common - competitive play. Everybody wants to win fantasy sports games. And this is one of the key similarities between fantasy sport games and general slots that you find in a casino - everybody wants to win.

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Can Fantasy Sports produce a Fantasy Slot Game?

Over the last decade, fantasy sport games have been on the rise. In fact, there are now fantasy games available for most sports, including football, soccer and basketball. Some of these games are daily, some are weekly and some are yearly but they all have one thing in common - competitive play. Everybody wants to win fantasy sports games. And this is one of the key similarities between fantasy sport games and general slots that you find in a casino - everybody wants to win.

DFS Targets – NBA – March 31: Ian Mahinmi, Indiana Pacers

Indiana Pacers center Ian Mahinmi is in an excellent position Thursday going up against a Magic team that ranks at the bottom versus opposing centers.

Mahinmi, priced at just $4.9K, turned out a fantastic performance Monday versus the Bulls. 

18 blocks, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks and an assist translated into just over 30 fantasy points.  He only needed around 25 to make value.

Now if he can perform this well against the Bulls, just imagine what Mahinmi can do versus the struggling Magic.

- Brian Stern, DFS911.com

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State Bills to Allow Fantasy Sports Could Hurt Smaller Firms

NEW YORK —(Associated Press) - Smaller companies in the exploding fantasy sports industry say they could be shut out of doing business in some states by legislation that is actually intended to recognize the games’ legality.

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Deron Williams Has Been Ruled Out for Sunday: Expect Bump in Barea’s Value

Dallas point guard Deron Williams has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the fantasy-friendly Kings. Williams is expected to miss both Sunday and Monday's game.

J.J. Barea should start in his place with a price tag of $4.3K. Raymond Felton and Devin Harris should also see an increase in their value as a result.

Barea scored 21 points with five triples the other night against Golden State. 

David Lee ($5000 at DraftKings) will start for Dirk Nowitzki Sunday.

- Brian Stern, DFS911.com

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Can the US Fantasy Sports Betting Market Catch Up With The Rest of the World?

Can the US Fantasy Sports Betting  Market Catch Up With The Rest of the  World?

Fans of fantasy sports betting can hardly have missed the biggest news to rock the industry in a long time: the legislations proposed by at least 30 US states to regulate -or in some cases place an outright ban on- the activity.

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DFSgold.com Levels the Playing Field in Daily Fantasy Sports

Have you ever noticed how the same DFS players consistently win? Anyone who plays daily fantasy can certainly attest to the fact that it is indeed a game of skill.

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Fantasy Sports Industry Concerned Over Steep Virginia Licensing Fee

As Gambling911.com noted last week, the Fantasy Sports sector has expressed deep concern over a $50,000 licensing fee that few of the companies in the sector can afford.

While the Fantasy Sports Trade Association promises to try and get this fee reduced, some have speculated that the FSTA is working against their best interests, especially the season long sites.

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Illinois Lawmaker Sponsors DFS Legislation

Illinois State Rep. Michael Zalewski is sponsoring legislation in the state that would exempt fantasy sports from state gambling laws according to Northern Public Radio.  It would also characterize Daily Fantasy Sports as a game of skill.

He said it would help small businesses like SideLeague, a fantasy sports company based in Illinois that current doesn't offer games in the state right now.

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DraftKings Only Raises $70 Million From Investors

A Boston Globe report on Saturday suggests that Daily Fantasy Sports juggernaut DraftKings has only raised $70 million in recent months, describing this as “a sharp drop from the company’s previous investment rounds as it fights regulatory battles across the country”.

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