March 2016

Update on NCAA Contests

As a part of a new agreement with the NCAA, we have decided to voluntarily and indefinitely suspend college sports contests in all states upon the conclusion of this week’s college basketball games. As a leader in calling for smart,… Continue Reading →

Response to AG Healey’s Final Regulations in Massachusetts

“We want to thank Attorney General Healey for her deliberate, comprehensive approach to ensuring the viability of fantasy sports in Massachusetts and protecting consumers in the state. The Attorney General requested and carefully reviewed comments from the fantasy sports industry… Continue Reading →

Response to Indiana Governor Signing Fantasy Sports Bill

“With Governor Pence signing fantasy sports legislation into law, Indiana has taken a sensible approach by clarifying the legal status of fantasy sports in the state and establishing some tough, but smart consumer protections to ensure games are fair and… Continue Reading →

Update on FanDuel in New York

We are announcing that as of today, FanDuel will cease offering paid contests in the state of New York per the terms of a settlement reached with the Attorney General on certain aspects of the ongoing litigation. New York is… Continue Reading →

(PRESS RELEASE) Virginia Governor McAuliffe Signs First-in-the-Nation Bill to Regulate Fantasy Sports

RICHMOND, VA, March 7, 2015 – Today, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed into law the “Fantasy Contests Act” which establishes a legal framework for fantasy sports operating in the state. The first-in-the-nation legislation provides numerous consumer protections for fantasy sports players as well… Continue Reading →

Email to Users in Texas

Dear Texas Fans: We have some important news to share regarding our contests for users in Texas. As you may know, fantasy sports was founded in Texas more than four decades ago. In 2009, FanDuel was formed at Austin’s SXSW… Continue Reading →