Monthly Archives: February, 2016

NFL Rush Website Targeting Children Through Fantasy Sports Amid Youth Football Participation Concerns

The NFL Rush Fantasy website made no secret about its mission of marketing to children during the 2015-2016 football season. […]

FIFA Presidential Election Scheduled for Friday, US Remains Quiet on Endorsement 

The special FIFA presidential election to elect Sepp Blatter’s replacement and become the head of football’s governing world body will […]

Manny Pacquiao’s Anti-Gay Derogatory Comments Give Him Worst Knockout Yet

Manny Pacquiao didn’t put up much of a fight against Floyd Mayweather during the billed “Fight of the Century” as […]

New Jersey Sports Betting “En Banc” Hearing Could Reshape How Americans Gamble

The New Jersey sports betting case goes back to court on Wednesday, but this time instead of three Third Circuit […]

Pennsylvania Sports Betting Resolution Passes State Gaming Oversight Committee

A Pennsylvania sports betting resolution passed through the state’s House Gaming Oversight Committee this week in nearly unanimous fashion, moving […]

Super Bowl Sports Betting Reaches New Milestone With $132 Million Wagered 

Super Bowl sports betting was legally confined to the books in Nevada and predominantly Las Vegas on Sunday, but that […]

Rio Olympics Monitoring Zika Virus, Officials Claim Little Threat to Athletes and Patrons

The Rio Olympics are in their final six months of planning, but organizers are facing an inconspicuous threat that has […]

Super Bowl Security Tightened to Unmatched Levels Despite Any Known Threats 

Super Bowl security is being heightened ahead of this Sunday’s showdown between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos at Levi’s […]