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    Default Apollo Buys Yahoo/AOL

    Doesn't sound like it should be in this forum?

    One of the primary reasons for the buy was to get heavily involved in sports betting content.

    Draftkings recently bought VSIN (Vegas Sports Information Network) which billed itself as ESPN of sports betting.

    Looks like the big players are buying up sports betting content providers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by econfox View Post

    Looks like the big players are buying up sports betting content providers.
    Saw that coming since "The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA)
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    Interesting read. I didn't know about this before. Some people are never satisfied with what they've got. They're always wanting more and they get greedy. Here's the full story:

    https://www.google(dot com dot au)/amp/s/www.wsj.com/amp/articles/apollo-buys-yahoo-aol-from-verizon-for-5-billion-11620044945

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