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Oulala Becomes First Licensed B2B Fantasy Sports Provider

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Daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform provider Oulala.com became first licensed B2B Fantasy Sports provider after the brand has been handed the first official controlled B2B skill games licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). Oulala, the B2B-focused company, has successfully achieved its goal which was set four years ago: it wanted to be regulated separately from other iGaming activities. To …

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Scout Gaming Group

Scout Gaming Group appointed Rolf Blom as Chairman of the Board and Andreas Ternström as CEO

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Scout Gaming Group, leading provider of solutions for Daily Fantasy Sports – one of the fastest growing business areas of gaming and betting industry – announced the appointment of a new Chairman of the Board and CEO. Newly appointed Chairman of the Board, Rolf Blom has joined the company as it prepares for its next growth spurt. Rolf Blom is …

ICE 2017

ICE 2017: Oulala to put a spotlight on Fantasy Sports

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Company’s CEO among 2017 ICE VOX Prophet finalists.  Oulala’s team to spend 3 days at ICE 2017 (7-9 February). B2B provider will present its award-winning DFS platform. Daily Fantasy Sports(DFS) platform provider Oulala.com will be attending this year’s ICE Totally Gaming with a clear goal: to convince new iGaming operators to jump onto the DFS bandwagon. Benjamin Carlotti, the company’s …

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Malta wants To Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports

Malta wants To Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports – MGA’s regulation

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Malta wants to regulate daily fantasy sports and is expected to become the first European country to specifically regulate this kind of gaming activity. Since Malta wants to regulate daily fantasy sports, the country’s gaming regulator is to issue a specific skill game licence. Malta regulatory body, Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) recently stated that daily fantasy sports is not subject …

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Oulala deals with Game Interaction Group in Italy

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Malta-based daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator and B2B provider Oulala deals with  Game Interaction Group Ltd., an international gaming platform provider. Due to the fact that Oulala deals with Game Interaction Group, Oulala continues to extend its Daily Fantasy Football network by entering the Italian market. The company has also recently announced the expansion to Australasia and Indian sub-continent. Benjamin …

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DraftKings and FanDuel merger

DFS games are illegal in Alabama

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Attorney General Luther Strange announced on Tuesday that DFS games are illegal in Alabama and brands such as DraftKings and FanDuel must end operations in Alabama. Attorney General sent cease-and-desist letters after checking the states gambling statutes. DraftKings and FanDuel have to stop offering paid daily fantasy sports contests in the state until May 1. Attorney General Luther Strange: According …

Indiana passes Daily Fantasy Sports regulation

Indiana passes Daily Fantasy Sports regulation

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The State of Indiana passes Daily Fantasy Sports regulation and becomes  the second state with a law formally legalizing daily fantasy sports. Indiana joins Virginia, that has already passed a law regulating the paid-entry fantasy sports earlier this month (read more). As it could be seen recently, US States have taken various approaches towards the legality of the DFS games. New …

Yahoo suspends DFS in NY

Yahoo suspends DFS in NY

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Following DraftKings and FanDuel’s decision to cease offering daily fantasy sports operations to residents of the New York State, it has been announced that another idustry giant, Yahoo suspends DFS in NY. Yahoo stopped taking daily sports fantasy bets from New York state residents on Wednesday, pending further review, according to the statement provided to USA TODAY Sports. Yahoo said …

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