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In exchange for the significant benefits they receive in this compact, the tribes have agreed to increase the revenue sharing amounts they pay to the State.
Disney is deepening its relationship with hard-core sports fans by investing $250 million in the fantasy, play-for-real-money sports business DraftKings. This is an interesting business for Disney to invest in, considering its child-friendly brand and reputation. But both DraftKings and larger rival FanDuel (owned by  Comcast) steadfastly maintain that these are games of skill and not gambling, and are legal for online play. Specifically, they note the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act carves out space for fantasy sports.

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