$2.5M sports betting contest ends in controversy

A national sports betting handicapping contest with a $2.5 million prize pool ended in controversy Sunday in New Jersey after then-leader Rufus Peabody was prevented from making his final wager before the NFC divisional-round game kicked off. [READ MORE HERE]

Source: ESPN

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