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DraftKings supports American Red Cross Giving Day
The annual Giving Day is an opportunity for communities to come together and support American families that have been impacted by home fires or other disasters and who need urgent help from the Red Cross to rebuild their lives and get back on their feet.

DFS news roundup: Alabama and Tennessee attorneys general declare DFS illegal gambling
Bills to regulate the industry are still being crafted in some states; and DraftKings and FanDuel have announced they will drop contests on amateur sports.

DraftDay partners with Draftstars to launch Australian DFS site
Draftstars will be the Official Daily Fantasy Sports Partner of the Australian Football League (AFL), with exclusive access to match content not available to any other operator.

DFS news roundup: Indiana passes DFS legislation
Gov. Mike Pence signed S 339 into law on March 24, making Indiana the second U.S. state to enact DFS regulations.

This Week in Gambling: Indiana regulates DFS
This Week in Gambling, the state of Indiana followed Virginia's lead and is now regulating daily fantasy sports. DFS operators did not fare as well in New York, however. Plus, J. Todd discusses Amaya's concerns about its CEO.

DraftKings responds to Massachusetts fantasy sports regulation
The daily fantasy sports industry giant said it would fully comply with the final regulations announced by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.

DFS news roundup: Operations shut down in New York
Daily fantasy sports giants FanDuel and DraftKings agreed this week to stop offering contests in the Empire State until September. Elsewhere, Yahoo suspends real-money DFS games.

APCW Perspectives: A step backward for online poker?
Is poker a skillful game of luck? Or a lucky skill game? The difference really does matter when it comes to gambling regulation, and this week the Dutch weigh in on the topic. J. Todd also looks at the first U.S. state to legalize fantasy sports and other stories of interest to the iGaming professional.

Mondogoal partners with Real Madrid
Mondogoal will leverage club images and assets to create and promote a team-branded experience for Real Madrid fans around the world.

DFS news roundup: Virginia governor signs DFS bill into law
Governor Terry McAuliffe signed the bill Monday afternoon, making Virginia the first U.S. state with a regulatory framework for real-money DFS contests.

DFS news roundup: Virginia General Assembly passes DFS legislation
The bill to legalize and regulate DFS in Virginia passed by a 31-9 vote, and Gov. Terry McAuliffe is expected to sign it.

Poll sponsored by NY assemblyman shows divided support on regulating DFS
Assemblyman and Assistant Speaker Felix Ortiz (D) sponsored the poll, which shows stronger support for regulation among older voters and a roughly 50/50 split overall.

California Indian Gaming Association delivers State of the Industry Report
Among other findings, CNIGA announced that tribal gaming in California continues to expand with revenues growing by 4.9%.

This Week in Gambling: Sports betting news and High Roller sex in Vegas
This Week in Gambling, J. Todd discusses the latest push for legalized sports betting in Pennsylvania, as well as continued troubles for fantasy sports in New York. Plus, he takes a look at possible "changes" to the Las Vegas High Roller observation wheel.

DFS news roundup: ESPN terminates exclusivity deal with DraftKings
According to Yahoo Finance, DraftKings was unable to both continue sponsoring ESPN and pay its mounting legal costs.

This Week in Gambling: The American sports betting invasion
This Week in Gambling, the professional sports leagues in the U.S. may be changing their opinions on sports betting, so long as they can find a way to profit from it. Plus, J. Todd provides updates on payment processing in the daily fantasy sports industry.

DraftKings launches in the UK
Beginning Feb. 5, daily fantasy sports enthusiasts will be able to join the U.K.'s estimated 8.5 million season-long fantasy football fans to compete in these innovative skill-based contests.

DFS news roundup: Payment processor Vantiv bows out of industry
Citing an "uncertain legal and regulatory environment," including conflicting orders from state attorneys general, Vantiv Entertainment Solutions announced that it would stop processing payments for fantasy sports companies at the end of February.

Fanaments completes B2B, white label solutions
At February's ICE Totally Gaming convention, the Maltese firm is looking to engage with suitable operators and lotteries to endorse its premium product.

DFS news roundup: California bill advances to Senate with ease
The biggest DFS news this week comes out of California, where a bill to regulate daily fantasy sports passed in the Assembly by a vote of 62-1.

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