DFS Players At Greater Risk Of Gambling Problems, New Jersey Study Says

A New Jersey study suggests that many daily fantasy sports (DFS) enthusiasts engage in more forms of gambling than other players and are at a high risk of becoming problem gamblers.

A survey of 3,634 state residents by researchers from Rutgers University and the University of Sydney indicated that nearly 40 percent of DFS players were at high risk of developing a gambling problem, compared with only a 3.9 percent risk for other gamblers, according to the study, published by the Journal of Gambling Studies earlier this year.

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