FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRA: TQ42) Releases Corporate Update, Applauds Supreme Court Ruling on Sports Betting

Recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing states to legalize sports gambling aligns with FANDOM SPORTS’ emerging sports betting mobile atmosphere Company releases corporate update, points to multiple user acquisition strategies Revolutionary sports-centric social media platform able to measure, score and monetize opinionated dialogue Two-time Super Bowl Champion Byron Chamberlain joins FANDOM advisory group and content team Legal sports betting market currently estimated at more than $57 billion

FANDOM SPORTS Media Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTC: FDMSF) (FRANKFURT: TQ42) is applauding the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision that overturns a 1992 federal ban on sports betting, opening the door for states to pass laws legalizing sports gambling. FANDOM SPORTS taps into the primal, unfiltered passion of sports fans with its uncensored social media platform delivered through the FANDOM SPORTS mobile app, and, with this ruling, it no longer needs to “Pick a Fight” with the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a company press release (http://nnw.fm/9aTlA).

According to a Statista survey, almost 50 percent of people 18 years and older in the U.S. confess to placing a bet on a sporting event at least once in their lives…

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