Month

December 2015

Response to Illinois AG’s Opinion on Fantasy Sports

“Chicago may be the best sports town in the country. It’s a city — and Illinois is a state — that plays fantasy sports like almost no other. “The League” is even set in Illinois. So why the Attorney General… Continue Reading →

Update for Users in New York

An update for New York users: FanDuel is now again accepting deposits for users in the state of New York.

WFFC 2015 Recap: Local D.C. Resident Roman Edmond Wins $3 Million Grand Prize

This past weekend, we hosted our World Fantasy Football Championship in San Diego where 97 qualifiers competed for a total of $12 million in prizes. Washington DC’s very own Roman Edmond took home the championship title and walked away with… Continue Reading →

Resuming Play in New York

On behalf of our users in New York, we are pleased to report that this afternoon, an appellate court in New York granted our request for an emergency stay of the injunction issued this morning.  Based on the appellate court’s… Continue Reading →

Response to Injunction in New York

In response to today’s ruling by the New York judge, please see the following statement: “We will be appealing — this is only the beginning of the legal process and, perhaps more importantly, the New York legislature is already moving forward… Continue Reading →

FanDuel Testimony at New York Assembly Standing Committees on Racing and Wagering and Consumer Affairs and Protection

FanDuel Testimony at New York Assembly Standing Committees on Racing and Wagering and Consumer Affairs and Protection Cory Fox, Counsel for Policy and Government Affairs December 8, 2015 Good morning Chairman Pretlow and members of the committee. Thank you for the… Continue Reading →

Rep. Joe Atkins Introducing Legislation in Minnesota

Yesterday, Minnesota Rep. Joe Atkins announced that he will introduce legislation on daily fantasy sports in Minnesota. FanDuel has been a very vocal supporter of consumer protections and common sense regulations for the fantasy industry so that sports fans may… Continue Reading →