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ESPN agrees to buy stake in DraftKings

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 06 / 15

RELATED STORY : • Jan. 5: ESPN eyes getting into daily games The stakes in daily fantasy keep getting bigger. DraftKings is close to getting significant financial backing from arguably the most powerful brand in sports: ESPN. Industry sources said ESPN has agreed to invest hun...

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