DFS still in the mainstream media’s crosshairs. Glantz triumphs at Parx. Amaya Gaming calls for regulation of the DFS industry. And more.

Outside the Lines Tackles DFS Tuesday AND Wednesday

On Tuesday and Wednesday, ESPN’s Outside the Lines has devoted the bulk of their half hour afternoon timeslot to the current situation unfolding at DraftKings. On Tuesday the show had attorney Daniel Wallach, ESPN reporter Darren Rovell, ESPN fantasy expert Cynthia Frelund, and Ben Brown, the owner of DFSReport.com, the site that broke the story.

On Wednesday DraftKings was able to give their side, as none other than CEO Jason Robins appeared on the show, followed by a brief segment where he and Daniel Wallach had a polite back and forth about the direction DFS is headed and what the data leaks mean in a broader sense.

The video with Robins’ segment is not yet available.

Quick Hitters

– Earlier this month Matt Glantz and the Parx Poker Room parted ways (Glantz had served as an ambassador for the casino’s poker room for several years) but that didn’t keep Glantz from playing in the poker room.

PokerStars set the record for the largest field tournament in online poker history with their $.01 buy-in, $100k guaranteed tournament that kicked of their Common Cents series.

– Amaya Gaming, owners of the StarsDraft daily fantasy sports website, came out in favor of regulation. The comments were made by Eric Hollreiser on Twitter followed by an official statement from the company.

– The loyalty program at partypoker New Jersey has been given a major overhaul, here are all the details of the new program.

– After being somewhat of a hero to online poker players after a halfhearted attempt to legalize online poker in 2012, Harry Reid continues to move more and more into the anti-online gambling camp. The retiring senator from Nevada was asked about the current DFS hullabaloo and decided to lump all online gaming together, saying, “online gaming is a real scary thing.”

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