The Legal Sports Report (LSR) delves into the latest developments in fox court case and Flutter after a media corporation owned by Murdoch said it would sue Flutter over its disputed stake in FanDuel .
Who is this?
Adam Candy , LSR Managing Editor
Dustin Hooker , Head of Content, USA, Catena Media
What do they say?
Gouker started the conversation: “It's amazing that they've highlighted those numbers. We see little difference in numbers in some states. I don't think it was a secret that FanDuel was a much bigger brand, but being 8 or 9 times bigger than Fox Bet is a little annoying to see, especially how much advertising Fox is running through their channels. They promote the Super Six game and you understand that when you watch the NFL.
“This is interesting, but how to start so that there is no gap at this moment? People throw mud at each other and it starts to look dirty. I think you can work it out, but it feels like we're heading towards an almost irretrievable break."
Continuing the discussion on the recent acquisition of Fox, Candy said, “There is another piece of news that we have just received that Fox Corp has bought Outkick, Clay Travis' media company. We know that FanDuel has sort of built its own little media empire, but then again, it's all under the Flutter umbrella, at least for now.
"A move like this almost gives you just a little word in the back of your head that says, 'Fox is kind of covering up in case they end up outside of Flutter, where they actually have another media arm that goes beyond what's under standard Fox. Corp? »
Why should I watch this?
To understand the complexity of the legal battle between Fox and Flutter and how this case could develop.
Where can I see more?
Source: Legal Sports Report YouTube channel.
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