FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: Monday, February 26, 2018 Contact: Lorri Pickens firstname.lastname@example.org, / 920-358-7980 Appleton, WI— March is Problem Gambling Awareness month and Citizens Against Expanding Gambling is redoubling its efforts to educate the public, elected officials and other opinion leaders about the dangers associated with problem gambling. The Wisconsin Council of Problem Gamblers estimates that more than 300,000 Wisconsin residents are problem gamblers with an average debt of $38,090. Calls to the 24-hour hotline have increased by 281% since...
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DraftKings, which has long argued its business isn’t gambling, wants to build a sports gambling business.
DraftKings has long argued that its business, a daily fantasy sports game where users can win cash prizes in exchange for cash entry fees, is a game of skill (legal), not a game of chance (illegal). Now, DraftKings is preparing to cross over to the other side. The company is building a sports betting product, says CEO Jason Robins, who hopes that his startup will be ready if and when sports gambling is legalized in the United States. https://www.recode.net/2018/2/2/16964742/draftkings-sports-gambling-product-jason-robins
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