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Despite FuboTV closing the doors of its gaming division and Fubo Sportsbook, the streaming service is recalibrating its long-term strategy on gaming and content. CEO David Gandler said the company is having “pretty healthy” discussions with other sportsbooks to continue providing that combination for its users, but it’s unclear when a deal will be made official. Speaking of Fubo, it’ll be one of the many broadcasters and streamers gearing up to have the upcoming FIFA World Cup on its platform. While the matches are sure to bring excitement, there’s no shortage of controversy surrounding the host country Qatar.

Fubo Adamant About Keeping Gaming
FuboTV is going back to the drawing board on sports betting after shuttering its gaming division and the Fubo Sportsbook. Read More »
2022 FIFA World Cup Comes With Controversy
Just 13 days stand between now and the beginning of the most peculiar and controversial edition of the world’s biggest sporting event, and broadcasters are gearing up for coverage from Qatar. Read More »
DISH Video Business Rallies
It’s more popular these days to focus on DISH’s wireless dreams, but the company’s video business is putting out results that are keeping it a part of the larger conversation. Read More »
Effros: Power
The ability to “spread the word” on whatever topic you might choose represents a great deal of power. That can be done in multiple ways. That’s why the American Presidency was dubbed “the bully pulpit” a long time ago too. Read More »
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