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Supreme Court delays hearing on Dream11 legality by two weeks

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India’s Supreme Court has adjourned a hearing into the legality of fantasy sports company Dream11 by two weeks in a case that could have far-reaching implications for the country’s skill-based gaming industry.

The case was brought by a social activist who is challenging a Rajasthan High Court decision that the company was providing games of skill and therefore was legal.

According to G2G, one of the three judges presiding over the case – Justices Rohinton F. Nariman – in prior hearings has consistently ruled that such games are skill and not change.

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