Bill Legalizing Daily Fantasy Sports In Texas Heads To HouseA bill exempting paid online fantasy sports sites from Texas anti-gambling laws is headed to the full Texas House.
Pick A Winner? Las Vegas Casinos Can't Agree On NCAA FavoriteCan't decide the winner in your March Madness bracket? Don't feel bad. Las Vegas casinos can't agree on an NCAA Tournament favorite either.
Winning Numbers Drawn For $435 Million Powerball JackpotThe winning Powerball numbers have been drawn for the jackpot that climbed above $400 million for the first time in nearly three months.
Patriots Open As 3-Point Favorites Over FalconsThe Las Vegas sportsbooks have put the New England Patriots in a familiar position: favorites in a Super Bowl.
Another Dynamite Week Of Picks From The DegenerateAnother dynamite week for you...since the middle of October you've been rolling in the dough, thanks to me, of course!
The Degenerate's Picks For Dec 10-11Degenerate Picks for the week. We have been RED HOT over the last few weeks. Keep it going!
Daily Fantasy Sports Rivals DraftKings And FanDuel To MergeDaily fantasy sports rivals DraftKings and FanDuel have agreed to merge after months of speculation and increasing regulatory scrutiny.
Your Weekend 'Betting' Guide From The DegenerateThe Degenerate, RJ Choppy, gets your NFL and NCAA picks in before the weekend kicks off.
6 States Adopt Fantasy Sports Laws; 21 Others Don't Daily fantasy sports companies have scored some legislative victories as they push for laws preserving their industry in nearly every state.
DraftKings Suit Challenges State Authority, Texas AG SaysAttorney General Ken Paxton announced Monday that his office has asked for the dismissal of a suit DraftKings recently filed in Dallas County. Barring that, Paxton's office wants the case moved to Travis County.
Nonprofits To NFL: Stop Pushing Fantasy Sports On KidsNonprofit groups are calling on the National Football League to stop offering fantasy sports competitions to children.
Fantasy Sports Companies Defend Embattled IndustryDaily fantasy sports companies say their industry remains viable despite a rocky start to 2016.