This week, J. Todd reports on several online gambling and fantasy sports stories from the U.S., including a major development for FanDuel and DraftKings. Also, he examines significant changes from the U.K. Gambling Commission that will affect licensees.
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The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Tuesday that it will examine the state's case to bring legalized sports betting to its casinos and racetracks, prohibited now under the 25-year-old Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act that could be found unconstitutional.
This bill aims to address a number of online gambling reforms, including the legalization and regulation of online gambling and daily fantasy sports, the reinstatement of the local share tax and the authorization of skill-based gambling machines.
A bill that seeks to regulate and legalize online gambling, including daily fantasy sports. The bill would also reinstate the local share tax, authorize skill-based slot machines and enable tablet gaming at specific airports.