NFL’s Jets call on court to appoint receiver after Fubo Gaming default

| By Daniel O'Boyle
NFL franchise the New York Jets have filed for a court to appoint a receiver for dissolved betting operator Fubo Gaming, claiming that the business has defaulted on its debt to the team.

The case was filed on Monday (7 November) with the Delaware Chancery Court.

The case follows Fubo dissolving its sportsbook arm, which had struggled to achieve significant market share since launching.

Fubo Gaming partnered with the Jets in September 2021, in a five-year sponsorship deal worth $12m.

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