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Recent Attempts To Reclassify Daily Fantasy Sports As Sports Gambling Could Hurt Industry’s Bottom Line

Marc Edelman

 

When poker blogger Kevin Bonnet launched his website Fantasy Sports Live in 2006, he coined the term “daily fantasy sports” to give the impression that his contests were more like traditional fantasy sports (generally legal) than like sports wagering (at the time, generally illegal).

Since then, that is, for the most part, how daily fantasy sports has been classified by most regulatory bodies.

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