FanDuel will introduce a code-enforced limit on Sunday night of 500 entries per game schedule at $10 and below for NFL and 250 entries per game schedule at $10 and below for each other sport. Because Monday's NFL contests are already posted, some players may exceed these limits prior to this time.
Yeah seenat. Need our resident lawyer to chime in on whether this is gambling or not. The thing is, there's a huge random element to all of it - you can have the best players with the highest average fantasy scores, and still crap out. And you can have nobodies who suddenly bust out for no apparent rhyme or reason. So I'm not sure the ratio between luck v. skill in all of this.shut down in NY. the noose is tightening.
I can definitely understand it now after BB's reply and yours, I am betting that my set of "horses" I chose for X event(s), can finish "in the money."It's definitely gambling. But so are the lottery and horse racing, which are legal basically in every state. The State of NY is just wanting to stick their hands in the pockets of these Daily Fantasy operations, under the guise of "regulation" to "protect the consumer." Other greedy states will likely follow suit.