DraftKings, Bwin and 888 Holdings are leading a group of gaming companies that have asked a Nevada court to block a bid by two gambling technology firms to force them to produce their source code in Las Vegas as part of a patent suit.
Delaware Attorney General Matthew Dean has sent cease-and-desist letters to daily fantasy sports (DFS) operators active in the US state ordering them to stop offering paid-for competitions to consumers.
CG Technology, the sports betting technology provider previously known as Cantor Gaming and Wagering, has launched legal action against DraftKings and FanDuel, accusing the daily fantasy sports (DFS) firms of patent infringement.
FanDuel has announced that it is to withdraw its services from Texas in response to a recent ruling by the US state’s Attorney General, while the company and rival daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator DraftKings will meet with officials in Nevada today (Monday) to discuss their future in the state.
California has moved a step closer to legalising daily fantasy sports (DFS) after a state Assembly committee approved a bill that would allow such operators to run websites in the US state under a licence.
Daily fantasy sports (DFS) operators DraftKings and FanDuel will be allowed to remain operational in New York, despite a court ruling that neither company can conduct business in the state for the foreseeable future.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has declared that daily fantasy sports (DFS) constitute illegal gambling and has ordered DraftKings and FanDuel to stop taking bets from consumers in the US state.
Michael Sweeney, the new executive director of the Massachusetts Lottery, has confirmed that the organisation will consider legalising fantasy sports betting in the US state in an effort to generate additional revenue.