LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada has already decided daily fantasy sports contests are gambling and that people can't put their dollars down on DraftKings and FanDuel until those sites obtain a license in the state.

LAS VEGAS (AP) Nevada has already decided daily fantasy sports contests are gambling and that people can't put their dollars down on DraftKings and FanDuel until those sites obtain a license in the state.

But state gambling regulators haven't been as clear about paid season-long fantasy games offered by such longtime operators as CBS Sports and Yahoo Sports, which make a profit and pay cash prizes to winners of fantasy games that run the length of a season.

While Yahoo has pulled out of Nevada out of caution their paid season-long games might run afoul of state opinion, others continue to offer a chance for players to win by putting together a lineup of players and charting their results, much like the daily game.