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Google and Facebook will be big winners if casinos 'scorch the earth' on marketing after the federal ban on sports betting was overturned (FB, GOOGL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 15 May 2018 ()
Google and Facebook will be big winners if casinos 'scorch the earth' on marketing after the federal ban on sports betting was overturned (FB, GOOGL)**

· *The Supreme Court's ruling that a nationwide ban on sports betting is unconstitutional could mean added advertising dollars to Google and Facebook. *
· *If companies like DraftKings and FanDuel could have a larger market, they'll want try to acquire more users and spend more ad dollars on Google and Facebook. *
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