• shmoooly18

    Anyone have any update on this? Cant seem to find any info/news.

  • Olhausen

    Last I read New York is in danger of losing Dfs all together again. Some group sued the state after Dfs was made legal and the judge recently ruled in favor of them.

  • Mattg45

    @Olhausen said...

    Last I read New York is in danger of losing Dfs all together again. Some group sued the state after Dfs was made legal and the judge recently ruled in favor of them.

    I wouldn’t worry about dk or fd shutting down in NY anytime soon. They did put their bill through Congress, the Senate and was signed by the governor. I’m not entirely sure how these court rulings work but I would think dk and fd would get a chance to defend themselves and that might not happen for a while but in the meantime the bill went through the proper process so I can’t see the shutting down in ny. I’m not an expert this is just my opinion.

  • Stewburtx8

    • 2012 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    If you live in a state where college DFS is restricted (like NY and my state of PA), I would not expect this to change. The states that are restricted are the states that passed DFS legislature. As far as I know, all the state DFS laws that were passed included the “no amateur sports” clause. At the time, DraftKings and FanDuel agreed with the NCAA to stop offering college DFS. This got the NCAA off their back and made it easier to push forward with getting DFS officially legalized state by state (so they could continue to offer their big money making sports). College DFS was collateral damage. So again, any state that passed DFS laws, has the no amateur sports clause.

    Fast forward to today and with the expansion of sports betting (including on college sports), DraftKings and FanDuel deemed it OK to start offering college DFS again, My assumption is that how could the NCAA push back on college DFS when people are going to be able to bet on every college game in several states (that will continue to expand). So they are offering college DFS but only to the states that do not have DFS laws on the books. But I would not expect the sites to spend the money to try to change that law in the states that have it. College sports are just not big enough overall (and the sites are more focused on sports betting). Just my opinion.

  • adnoble

    long story short.
    Move, if you want to play college dfs.

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