The sports ecosystem wants fantasy companies to succeed, but they need to get back to being about sports instead of money.
FanDuel Co-Founder Tom Griffiths spoke glowingly about a Virginia law that makes daily fantasy sports legal.
The daily fantasy sports leaders will no longer offer paid contests in the crucial state.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wants DraftKings and FanDuel to give back all the money they made in New York.
The daily fantasy sports companies plan to appeal the judge's ruling.
The state's attorney general last week declared the games to be illegal gambling.
New technologies spread instantly through the cloud, and take hold with almost no legal oversight.
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