In this Sept. 9, 2015 file photo, Devlin D'Zmura, a tending news manager at DraftKings, a daily fantasy sports company, works on his laptop at the company's offices in Boston. DraftKings, along with another company FanDuel, now face a suit filed by two South Florida player arguing that the sites give high-rolling elite players an edge.
In this Sept. 9, 2015 file photo, Devlin D'Zmura, a tending news manager at DraftKings, a daily fantasy sports company, works on his laptop at the company's offices in Boston. DraftKings, along with another company FanDuel, now face a suit filed by two South Florida player arguing that the sites give high-rolling elite players an edge. Stephan Savoia AP
In this Sept. 9, 2015 file photo, Devlin D'Zmura, a tending news manager at DraftKings, a daily fantasy sports company, works on his laptop at the company's offices in Boston. DraftKings, along with another company FanDuel, now face a suit filed by two South Florida player arguing that the sites give high-rolling elite players an edge. Stephan Savoia AP

South Florida lawsuit targets FanDuel, DraftKings

October 20, 2015 04:52 PM

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