Customers of the two biggest daily fantasy sports websites have filed at least four lawsuits against the sites following cheating allegations and a probe into the largely unregulated multibillion-dollar industry. In court papers, the customers accused the DraftKings and FanDuel sites of cheating and argued they never would have played had they known employees with insider knowledge were playing on rival sites.
Customers of the two biggest daily fantasy sports websites have filed at least four lawsuits against the sites following cheating allegations and a probe into the largely unregulated multibillion-dollar industry. In court papers, the customers accused the DraftKings and FanDuel sites of cheating and argued they never would have played had they known employees with insider knowledge were playing on rival sites. Stephan Savoia The Associated Press
Customers of the two biggest daily fantasy sports websites have filed at least four lawsuits against the sites following cheating allegations and a probe into the largely unregulated multibillion-dollar industry. In court papers, the customers accused the DraftKings and FanDuel sites of cheating and argued they never would have played had they known employees with insider knowledge were playing on rival sites. Stephan Savoia The Associated Press

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