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  • Skin Gambling Plaintiffs Find Themselves Back Where They Started

    Posted in eSports by on January 10, 2017

    Skin Gambling Plaintiffs Find Themselves Back Where They Started

    The lawsuits against Valve Corporation are continuing their tortured procedural paths from various federal courts to state court and back again. After filing a complaint against Valve and several co-defendants in federal court, the case was ultimately dismissed. Not dissuaded, the plaintiffs refiled against Valve in state court, in King County, Washington. Yet, as of […]

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  • Shutting the Valve on Skin Betting

    Posted in eSports by on October 26, 2016

    Shutting the Valve on Skin Betting

    A tried and true military strategy is to cut off your enemy’s supply lines: blow up a bridge and force a retreat. The tactic works in other situations too. It is regularly used by legislators and government agencies to address what they view as problem behavior from a particular industry. Instead of targeting the industry, […]

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  • An Esports Slam Dunk: What the NBA’s Investment in Esports Means

    Posted in eSports by on October 20, 2016

    An Esports Slam Dunk: What the NBA’s Investment in Esports Means

    On September 26, 2016, the Philadelphia 76ers announced that they had acquired two leading eSports teams, Team Dignitas and Team Apex. Not to be outdone, the next day Team Liquid announced they had sold a controlling share to Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber and entrepreneur Ted Leonsis, who is the majority owner of the […]

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