How daily fantasy sports sites allow unfair play

Kai Ryssdal Jan 6, 2016
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How daily fantasy sports sites allow unfair play

Kai Ryssdal Jan 6, 2016
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If you’ve caught even a glimpse of a professional sporting event the past six months or so you probably seen ads for the daily fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings.

To say they’ve become popular is an understatement — as is saying they’ve become controversial.

Jay Kang writes about daily fantasy sports and the inner workings of it in this coming weekend’s New York Times magazine.

 

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