Keller @ Large: Is Massachusetts Late To The Game?DraftKings may be thriving, but these are troubled times for the Massachusetts gambling industry.
DraftKings, FanDuel Call Off Daily Fantasy Sports MergerThe two leading daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel scrapped their proposed merger on Thursday, about a month after federal regulators sued to block it.
Former AG Coakley: DraftKings Added More Than 100 JobsFormer Mass. Attorney General Martha Coakley is planning to tell a Beacon Hill commission that DraftKings has added more than 100 jobs in the state.
DraftKings, FanDuel Reportedly Considering MergerNo deal has been reached yet, but Bloomberg reports that investors behind both companies are fueling the negotiations.
DraftKings, FanDuel To Stop Taking Bets In New YorkThe nation's two largest daily fantasy sports websites have agreed to stop taking paid bets in New York through the end of baseball season
DraftKings Officially Launches Website In United KingdomThe Boston-based company is making its long delayed international push as its industry continues to face scrutiny in the U.S.
Rhode Island Attorney General: Daily Fantasy Sports LegalRhode Island's attorney general says daily fantasy sports are legal under state law.
Fantasy Sites Raise Concerns About Mass. RegulationsDaily fantasy sports operators raised objections Tuesday to some of the regulations proposed for the online contests in Massachusetts, including a minimum 21-year-old age and restrictions on how much players can spend each month.
Commission: Create Regulations For Daily Fantasy SportsThe Massachusetts Gaming Commission is suggesting state lawmakers create regulations that could apply to all online gambling technologies.
Hearing Set For Massachusetts Fantasy Sports RulesProposed rules for online fantasy sports contests will be getting a public airing in Boston.
New York Sues To Get DraftKings, FanDuel To Return MoneyNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is turning up the heat on a pair of daily fantasy sports websites.