New Jersey Casino Becomes the First to Offer Daily Fantasy Sports

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New Jersey's first casino has become the first in Atlantic City to let customers play daily fantasy sports contests for money.  That would be Resorts Casino, which launched its FastPick product on Monday. Resorts told the Associated Press that the game will initially be available online, but will later be offered inside the casino, hopefully in time for football season.  Resorts opened on the boardwalk in 1978.  

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