With the proposed merger of DraftKings and FanDuel in the crosshairs of the Federal Trade Commission, the two largest daily fantasy sports sites are looking at the prospect of going it alone in order to survive.
That’s not an appealing prospect for either company; they wouldn’t have proposed the merger if it were.
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