An interesting read by David Purdum:
This NFL season, the evolution of American fantasy sports will be on display at a jazzed-up iGaming lounge, tucked inside a revered casino just off the Atlantic City boardwalk.
A cashier's cage is being built inside the iGaming lounge at Resorts Casino, the nation's oldest legal casino outside of Nevada. New video screens for showing live and virtual sports are on the way as well. By the time everything is approved and up and running, sports fans will be able to walk up to a counter, hand a ticket-writer as much as $10,000 and make three predictions on a Sunday slate of games.
Take Aaron Rodgers to score more fantasy points than Matt Ryan, Julio Jones to top Antonio Brown and Ezekiel Elliott to best DeMarco Murray, and you've got a three-leg parlay that pays up to $60,000.
Feeling a little riskier? Plop down $200 on a 500-1, 10-leg parlay across multiple sports, if you want, and go for the $100,000 jackpot.