PlayUp has successfully completed a money-grab that will allow it to more easily access the US sports gambling market.
PlayUp may escape penalty for falling to a loophole of Australian gambling laws, and allowing exluded players to continue gambling.
PlayUp, which acquired daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform Draftstars from CrownBet this past April, is taking the platform to India.
Australia's PlayUp caps acquisition spree with plans for initial coin offering of its PlayChip token; bookmaker Neds plans ICO for its Nedscoin token.
Draftstars, a DFS platform created by Australia’s CrownBet and Matt Tripp, has changed hands, and now belongs to DFS operator PlayUp.
An Australian businessman is eyeing to bring his advertisement-paid version of daily fantasy sports beyond the land down under.