• Your favorite








    , and
  • Mobile-Minded DSF Players Awaken to Rude Reality

    With the vast majority of daily sports fantasy gamers owning iPhone and Android devices, rocking the mobile world today is news out of Nevada.

    According to published reports Friday, two of the top players in daily fantasy sports are finding themselves embattled to an unprecedented degree.

    With the Department of Justice and FBI actively exploring if DraftKings and FanDuel violated federal laws through their support of real-money betting, the Nevada Gaming Control Board is taking proactive measures into its own hands by banning the websites from operating inside of Nevada for the time being.

    The sites will be required to obtain a Nevada gaming license before resuming operations.

    “The board issued a ‘cease and desist’ order that bans the sites in the state unless they obtain a license first,” the New York Daily News reports.

    “Since offering (daily fantasy sports) in Nevada is illegal without the appropriate license, all unlicensed activities must cease and desist from the date of this notice,” the Board’s decision explains.

    Source: NYD News
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Mobile-Minded DSF Players Awaken to Rude Reality started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. unison999's Avatar
      unison999 -
      Anyone surprised about this news?
      Not me.
      If online gaming is illegal why would this be any different?
      I am just surprised it took this long to shut this down.
      Of course Nevada would be first one to ban it, their income is to have people coming to Nevada to gamble not sit at home and gamble.
      BTW if they figure out a way to do online "legal" prostitution, Nevada would be the first to ban it as well.
    1. Checksum47's Avatar
      Checksum47 -
      Those sites are scams anyway. I had a friend cheated out of over 1000 dollars in "winnings" because fanduel said the bet was never placed. He has proof it was placed. They still wont pay him. Thats how these "unregulated" sites operate.