• Jason10

    Anyone know which DFS sites will get the license? Starting tomorrow the new law goes into effect, where DFS sites need to get a license to operate in VA. I know 2 small sites already stopped VA players. (FantasyUP and RTSsports).

  • sgogineni

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    I hope someone from FF can clarify this. They have a list of restricted states on their website and VA is not there.


    This past Monday,DK,FD, FantasyDraft,and EagleStrike got their temporary DFS permits approved in Virginia.

  • tooltime

    Wow, I thought this already happened. What is eaglestrike?


    @tooltime said...

    Wow, I thought this already happened. What is eaglestrike?

    Eaglestrike is a new startup company catering to establishments such as bars,that will have touchscreen DFS terminals to purchase entries and play.

  • dopeismarcus

    @TheRyanFlaherty said...

    I’ve come to the mindset that if a site can’t pay the license fee it’s likely a site that I shouldn’t be putting my money on anyway.

    I was thinking the exact same thing. If a company cant afford a $50K fee im not putting my money in it. Ill stick to DraftKings and FanDuel. And now Ill try out FantasyDraft..

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