Their partners in major professional sports won't be there either.
Tennessee is the latest legislature to address the issue, as it looks to tackle gambling laws.
The new rules will provide at least some oversight of the scandal-plagued daily fantasy sports industry.
Eric Schneiderman ordered the company to cease operations in the state earlier this week.
"If politicians are going to tell you that you can't play fantasy sports, what will they tell you next?"
The league doesn’t consider it “gambling" now, but if its legal status “were to change, we would change our view of it.”
A former Obama administration official will head the board.
Probe clearing the employee at the center of the scandal won't end scrutiny of the industry.
The class-action suit accuses the two companies of fraud and negligence, among other charges.