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Electronic Sports, Real Money

A recent legal ruling could level up interest in e-sports.

ODDSMAKERS REJOICED in May when the U.S. Supreme Court decided to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, paving a way for states to legalize sports betting.

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