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Fantasy sports betting is considered legal in the vast majority of states since US courts have deemed it to be a game of skill. In a small handful of states the rules are less clear and the big DFS sites have decided not to offer their services there.
Daily Fantasy Sports Betting Sites are entertainment companies established on a global scale and in compliance with state laws, especially federal. Federal law does not count fantasy sports betting as an illegal gambling practice law or prohibitions of UIGEA. However, regulations and laws at the state level may differ.
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Another fantasy sports betting firm gets Louisiana license October 21, 2021 GMT BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A second company is receiving a state license to run fantasy sports betting operations in the nearly three-quarters of Louisiana parishes where voters authorized the activity.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (AP) — The second company is licensed to operate a fantasy sports betting business in nearly three-quarters of the Louisiana parish where voters have approved its activities. The Louisiana Gaming Control Board unanimously decided on Thursday to launch a fantasy sports contest in 47 parishes where Fan Duel was allowed to join …
Specifically, fantasy sports that are based on teams of real multiple athletes from multiple real world teams, that have prizes established before the event starts, that use the skill of participants to determine the outcome, are exempted from the definition of a bet or wager that is the basis for requiring banks to identify and block funds transfers.