By Hari Sreenivasan, Sam Weber, Connie Kargbo
Maryland, South Dakota and Louisiana approved sports betting. That means that more than half the country could have legal sports betting by the end of the year.
By Wayne Parry, Associated Press
Five Atlantic City casinos are not physically checking the temperatures of guests entering the property, workers say.
The court upheld Thursday a previous decision that ruled daily fantasy sports violated the state constitution's ban on gambling. The court also ruled that the Legislature unlawfully authorized the activity by classifying it as a game of skill, not chance.
By Mary Esch, Associated Press
Every year, more people are playing games on their phones, and a category of apps called social casinos has quickly become a multi-billion dollar industry. But are game developers targeting vulnerable users, with Facebook’s help and massive trove of personal…
By Nate Halverson, Reveal
By Lauren Feeney, Chasing the Dream
In 1976, Atlantic City, NJ -- long an iconic seaside resort and home to a legendary boardwalk -- became the first location outside Nevada to legalize casinos. But by 2014, four of Atlantic City’s twelve casinos had closed, costing nearly…
By PBS NewsHour
With 57 million players in North America alone, daily fantasy sports have exploded over the last year; sites like Fanduel and Draftkings have earned billion-dollar valuations. But whether it’s a form of gambling or a game of skill has come…
By Associated Press
NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent letters Tuesday to fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel saying he considered their daily contests to be illegal gambling. He threatened legal action unless they stop accepting play from New…
The two leading companies of the multi-billion dollar fantasy sports industry are under scrutiny from New York's attorney general, who has declared they should not be able to operate in that state since they constitute illegal gambling. William Brangham learns…
Regulators in Nevada have become the first to rule that betting on daily fantasy sports sites like FanDuel and DraftKings are gambling. They have ordered the companies to cease operating in the state until they obtain gambling licenses. In our…
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