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Topic - Joe Brennan
Peyton Manning's touchdown passes, Adrian Peterson's first downs and Darrelle Revis' interceptions could combine to make someone rich this fall.
Connecticut has become the first state to require companies to provide employees with paid sick leave with legislation signed into law by Gov. Dan Malloy, who announced his action Tuesday.
Immediately after the Rose Bowl ended, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema said he didn't see anything that would set the program back heading into next season.
"This gives players the option to deposit money and then play daily fantasy games, where they pick three or five Major League Baseball or National Football League or National Basketball Association players and build an aggregate roster just for that one day," said Joe Brennan, president of the Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association, an online gambling trade association. "Just like those leagues where you pick teams and follow them all season, you won't have to wait till the end of the year to see who wins. You would just wait till the end of the day to see who wins the prize."
Nevada already offers fantasy sports betting, but Brennan said he considers the demand there to be smaller because patrons also have the option of betting on individual sports games at the Nevada casinos.