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FanDuel TV looks to create ‘a model for what the intersection of content and commerce really looks like’


Prominent US gaming company FanDuel has made perhaps its boldest step yet in the ongoing legalization of sports wagering in the country with its introduction of FanDuel TV. Mike Raffensperger, the company's chief commercial officer, details the strategy behind the effort in an interview with SportBusiness US Editor Eric Fisher.

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