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The Incestuous World Of Daily Fantasy Sports

The sports media industrial complex that invests, promotes and discusses daily fantasy sports has more conflicts of interest than a metaphor in a whorehouse.

Plus: "Daily fantasy sports sites claim they are not gambling enterprises, but they seem awfully . . . gamblish. If only their ads were more truthful."

Such as the ones provided in this journalistically inspiring ultimate takedown.


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See also:
* Beachwood Radio: The Immorality Of Daily Fantasy And Their Native Radio Announcer Advertising Tools.

* FanDuel CEO Wants Rules, Like Illinois.

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And:

“[T]he top 100 ranked players enter 330 winning lineups per day, and the top 10 players combine to win an average of 873...

Posted by The Beachwood Reporter on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

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