The NFL settled a lawsuit Friday with a charity that sued the league over its enforcement of its gambling policy in 2015.
Strikes for Kids presented a lawsuit against the league in 2016, stating that the NFL forced it to move a bowling event for children from Sunset Station Hotel and Casino in Henderson, Nev., to a Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, a smaller venue that isn’t located inside a casino.
However, the Brooklyn Bowl remains on the LINQ strip of casinos and the charity didn’t see how the venue would differentiate from one inside a casino.
As a result of the relocation, Strikes for Kids alleged that it lost money and sponsors.
“All I am at liberty to say is that the case has settled,” Julie Pettit, Strikes for Kids’ attorney said Friday to Brent Schrotenboer of USA TODAY Sports.
The NFL declined to comment on the story.
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