Fantasy Force | People that get paid to talk about sports are sometimes as bad as the know-it-all at the local bar. I won’t mention any names but this week it’s a long list. The issue of contention is going for it on fourth down.view
RotoGrinders, a leading Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) content and social website, has announced the creation of RG Network, as it seeks to establish player rankings systems in all online gaming industries.view
Fantasy Force | The NFL gets crazier week to week. Jets beat the Lions in Week 1, Browns beat the Jets and the Lions beat the Patriots. Try to wrap your head around that one.
Fantasy Force | One of the key things when playing daily fantasy is hookups. While my top players weren’t exactly home runs last week, they wouldn’t have killed your lineup. However, the QB bargains could have lead you to victory.view
Fantasy Force | Getting back into the swing of things, let’s talk Week 1 NFL Daily Fantasy on DraftKings.view
Buffalo Wild Wings has now joined forces with with fantasy sports operator DraftKings for a customized mobile game called Blazin' Fantasy Football.view
Vegas Sports Books | After being in and around the sportsbook industry since the early 90s, I’ve seen several different philosophies of how to deal futures. The lower the hold percentage, the better for the public. The higher the theoretical hold, the worse for the bettor.view
Fantasy Force | Thanks to sports betting opening up in states across the country and with DraftKings set to eventually open up here in Vegas, it’s time to talk daily fantasy once again.view
The future of Daily Fantasy Sports in Louisiana will rest with voters in individual parishes as part of a general election on Nov. 6. Gov. John Bel Edwards announced late last week that he has signed a measure that authorizes the November ballot question.view
Fantasy sports wagering is moving closer to legalization in Louisiana where the full Senate will soon vote on legislation that would allow voters to decide this fall whether fantasy wagering via a smartphone app should be legal in the state.view
The Takeover | Been a little while since we talked about US Fantasy Sports, one of the best ways to bet sports in Vegas thanks to the pari-mutuel style of wagering. Well, some big news was released as the company has just released its mobile fantasy sports betting app for 23 states.view
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DraftKings CEO Jason Robins has told Bloomberg that the daily fantasy sports company would consider transitioning into an online sportsbook in the United States.view
The Takeover | I would be doing all of you an injustice this week if I didn’t promote the Cash Considerations podcast on GamingToday.com. Ten NFL winners were given out this week, with only one loser picked by two of us, and the other guy getting it right.view
World Series betting favorite Cleveland Indians have joined the Ohio sports teams and companies that support a proposed law to legalize fantasy sports betting in the state.view
Massachusetts has reached a legal resolution with daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel. Media reports indicate each has agreed to pay $1.3 million in a settlement with the Massachusetts Attorney General's office.view
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie signed into law Thursday legislation to regulate and tax daily fantasy sports in the state. The law imposes a 10.5 percent tax on the winnings of companies that offer daily fantasy sports.view
Reacting to an easier mobile sign-up system recently adopted by New Jersey, MGM, Caesars and Wynn requested that Nevada sports books be allowed to implement remote registration and identity verification for mobile accounts.
MGM has reported nearly $27 million in revenue during the first full month of operation at its Massachusetts casino. MGM Springfield generated $18 million in gross revenues from slot machines and another $8.8 million from table games like blackjack and roulette.
With the NBA season tipping off this week, Tony Miller should set the over/under on the number of times one of his Golden Nugget ticket writers gets asked why they don’t have the Houston Rockets on the betting board.
The last one on the Strip is in. Now it’s down to two properties downtown to reach agreements with the culinary union. Union representatives reportedly agreed Monday night to a tentative five-year contract covering 1,500 employees at the TI.
Need some help making those sports bets? Perhaps the new “DonBestBetCamp” is just for you. The first camp is scheduled for Friday, November 16 at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment, home of the FanDuel Sportsbook