A new trend for online casinos - Live Dealer Games
It is a well known fact that since the explosion of the internet in the early years of the twenty first century, online casinos have become ever more popular pastimes for millions of people around the world.
DFSgold Announces DFSgold Player of the Year Presented by Jaybird
ATLANTA - April 13, 2016 - PRLog -- DFSgold Announces DFSgold Player of the Year Presented by Jaybird
Atlanta, Ga. - DFSgold today announced a partnership with premium active lifestyle brand Jaybird as sponsor of the newly launched DFSgold Player of the Year. The DFSgold Player of the Year presented by Jaybird will recognize the year's top daily fantasy sports player.
Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Potentially in Violation of Seven Patents
LAS VEGAS (Courthouse News) - Tech companies claim DraftKings' and FanDuel's fantasy sports betting sites violate seven patents, and sued the companies in separate federal complaints.
Missouri DFS Bill Would Not Make Sites Subject to State Gambling Laws
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Associated Press) - Fantasy sports could continue in Missouri without facing gambling regulations under a bill advancing in the state Legislature.
House members voted 104-38 Thursday to pass the measure and send it to the Senate.
Daily fantasy sports sites would need to pay an annual $5,000 registration fee and would face some additional restrictions, including prohibiting employees from playing. Only those 18 and older could participate.
The sites wouldn’t be subject to the state’s gambling laws.
Daily Fantasy Sports Bettors Make Less Than Sports Handicappers
The fantasy sports betting market has exploded. As we have seen from the massive expansion and rise of Fanduel and Draftkings. We have also started to see a contraction as more and more states are clamping down and questioning their legality as some try to frame it as “Daily Wagering” and others are trying to frame it as a “Game of skill”.
Tennessee AG: Fantasy Sports Contests Are iIlegal Gambling
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Associated Press) – Tennessee’s attorney general has called fantasy sports contests illegal gambling.
Attorney General Herbert Slatery wrote a formal opinion that said fantasy sports betting violates state laws against gambling because participants pay an entry fee to win a prize and a portion of that fee goes to a pot where wins are paid out.