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Some Believe Dundon Bought Into AAF Solely For Gambling Tech

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A prevailing thought coming out of the AAF suspending operations yesterday is the perception that Chair Tom Dundon "bought a majority stake in the league simply for the gambling app being developed," according to the MMQB's Albert Breer. One source said Dundon "got the technology he wanted and he's now minus one rather large headache" after shutting down the league (, 4/2). In San Antonio, Greg Luca in a front-page piece notes the AAF's app "tracked the players' every movement with a delay of less than a second, opening the potential for real-time gambling and fantasy sports" (SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS, 4/3). ESPN's Bomani Jones noted the AAF was "seeking to develop an app that cuts the lag time as much as possible to what is happening on the field to what's going on with your phone." Jones: "That way, you are able to bet play by play by play. They want to make this as easy as possible to give them your money." If developers "come up with a way to cut that lag time as much as

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