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New York Regulators Officially Approve Resumption Of Wagering On Daily Fantasy

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 23 / 16

New York regulators yesterday "approved the resumption of daily fantasy sports wagering" in the state, nine months after companies began "shutting down as they dealt with a legal challenge over whether their contests are illegal forms of betting," according to Tom Precious of the BUFFALO NEWS. The N...

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