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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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NFL’s Deal Over Data Blurs a Line on Gambling

One of the better pieces dealing with the sports wagering industry we have read in some time also delves into the relationship between the NFL and Daily Fantasy Sports firms DraftKings and FanDuel. 

More so the article focuses in on SportsRadar’s new deal with the National Football League and that companies long cozy relationship with sports betting firms.

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PokerStars, Victiv New Daily Fantasy Sports Site StarsDraft.com Launches

PokerStars, Victiv New Daily Fantasy Sports Site StarsDraft.com Launches

Victiv.com, an Austin, Texas-based Daily Fantasy Sports site considered among the mid-tier brands, has officially rebranded Thursday as StarsDraft.com. 

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Global Fantasy Sports Market 2015-2019: Key Vendors are CBS, DraftKings, ESPN, FanDuel and Yahoo

Global Fantasy Sports Market

A fantasy sport, also known as rotisserie or owner simulation or roto, is an online game that allows end-users to own a fantasy sport team along with real-life professional players. The performance of the fantasy sport team depends on the real-life performance of players. End-users participate in various fantasy sports events after paying league fees.

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Goodell Addresses Daily Fantasy Sports, Gambling And The NFL

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the Associated Press Sports Editors group Friday on a number of topics, including daily fantasy sports and the role gambling may play in the National Football League (NFL).

In particular, Goodell referenced a number of sponsorship deals between individual NFL franchises (and other professional sports teams) with daily fantasy companies the likes of DraftKings and FanDuel.

From the Canadian Press:

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