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The business now has more than 6,000 games for players of every stripe. “We think it will transform our business, being front and center on Broadway,” co-owner Cassidy Schnase says.
West Fargo's Bordertown Bar and Grill and Bar Nine are also suspended from gaming for a year.
In the game, players build a soccer team using avatars of real players, and compete against other teams. In a letter to the FTC, the groups said the game usually costs $50 to $100 but that the company would push players to spend more while they played.
The lucky individual had a roughly 1 in 900,000 chance of winning.

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