Interview with Founders of DFS App POANG, Ohio Lawmakers Approve Sector

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Dec/06/2017

Fuelled by ambition and belief in their novel idea, three young Maltese entrepreneurs quit their full-time jobs to focus on a novel venture: creating a fantasy football app. Now only three months old, POANG has made a head-start on the download charts. First magazine talks to Steve Zammit Briffa, Luca Amato and Patrick Camilleri, the team behind the start-up.  Read More Here

Ohio Could Legalize Daily Fantasy Sports Any Day Now - A law that would legalize fantasy sports contests in Ohio was approved Tuesday by state legislators and will be sent to Gov. John Kasich for his signature.

The Cleveland Indians, which has a marketing agreement with Daily Fantasy Sports behemoth DraftKings, were among sports teams and companies.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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