DraftKings fined over $10k for New Jersey self-exclusion failings

Operator experienced a software fault in October 2018 that allowed self-excluded players to bet $28k

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has fined DraftKings more than $10,000 for self-exclusion failings. In October last year the firm was found to have allowed self-excluded players to continue to access their accounts. The failings were caused by an error in the software that set the players’ cooling-off period to zero days…

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