Daily fantasy sports rivals DraftKings and FanDuel to merge
Daniel Etna spoke with the Associated Press regarding anti-trust concerns in the merger between DraftKings and FanDuel, the top two daily fantasy sports website operators. Given the companies’ 90% market share of the daily fantasy sports market, some are speculating regulators may step in to put a stop to the deal. Etna disagrees, saying, "We're not talking about insurance companies, healthcare providers or drug makers here. It's a leisure activity. At end of day, this is something you do or you don't do. So it will be viewed from a different prism."