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NFL further warms to gambling by allowing stadium betting lounges

Daniel Roberts February 25, 2020

The National Football League famously fought against gambling for years, citing concerns about the “integrity of the game.”

In 2015, it shut down a fantasy football convention in Las Vegas headlined by quarterback Tony Romo for its mere whiff of gambling; in 2016, as the other major leagues inked official league partnerships with daily fantasy sports sites DraftKings or FanDuel, the NFL allowed its teams to make team-level deals but did not enter any league-wide deal until 2019.

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