Archive for September, 2015

Daily Fantasy Sports And The Hidden Cost Of America’s Weird Gambling Laws

Courtesy of the New York Times, an interesting look at daily fantasy sports: Sports leagues in the United States, and the networks that broadcast their games, prefer to pretend that everyone watching their games does so for the pure love of competition, the occasional nonchalant reference to the gambling point spread by a football announcer […]

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Daily Fantasy-Sports Operators Facing The Curse of Too Much Skill

Via McKinsey, an interesting look at the world of fantasy sports where leagues are red hot in popularity, but faced with the challenge of ensuring recreational players stay involved: Daily fantasy sports (DFS) is red hot. In 2014, 1.5 million Americans paid more than $1 billion in tournament entry fees, and FanDuel grew 300 percent in active […]

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