Another day, another state where daily fantasy sports pick’em games are no longer offered.

Underdog Fantasy sent out a notice to Mississippi users this afternoon that it would no longer be offering pick’em games in the state. Underdog Fantasy offered its classic pick’em games and its peer-to-peer pick’em games in Mississippi.

It’s the second straight day Underdog Fantasy has pulled its pick’em offerings from a state.

Second straight day of pick’em closures

An Underdog Fantasy spokesperson confirmed that Mississippi pick’em competitions would no longer be offered in the state and declined any further comment. Underdog Fantasy will not fully leave Mississippi, however, as it will continue to offer its draft DFS competitions.

Mississippi was one of four states where Underdog Fantasy debuted its peer-to-peer pick’em games, Pick’em Champions. The game debuted four months ago in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wyoming, but will no longer be offered in Mississippi.

Pick’Em Champions differed from the traditional pick’em games by pitting users against one another and not against the house.

It’s the second straight day Underdog Fantasy has pulled its pick’em games from a state. A notice went out to North Carolina Underdog Fantasy customers yesterday afternoon informing users that the daily fantasy sports operator’s popular pick’em classic games would no longer be offered in the state.

In its place, Underdog Fantasy informed North Carolina users that it will be offering free-to-play pick’em contests. Customers will be able to build entries and play in free entries to win withdrawable cash that can be used across all Underdog platforms. An initial five free entries will be available each day to North Carolina users.

It’s unknown if this free-to-play option will be offered in Mississippi.

Multiple markets turn off pick’em

Regulators in several markets over the last few months have turned a critical eye to the DFS landscape.

Earlier this month, Underdog Fantasy, PrizePicks, and Betr received cease-and-desist letters from the Florida Gaming Control Commission ordering the operators to stop “offering or accepting illegal bets or wagers from [Florida] residents” and “conducting any illegal lotteries” within 30 days of Jan. 31.

Both Underdog Fantasy and PrizePicks informed their Florida customers they would cease all Florida operations by Friday, March 1.

The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration also sent cease-and-desist letters to PrizePicks and Underdog Fantasy, alleging the companies were participating as unlicensed sports betting operators in violation of Amendment 100 to the Arkansas Constitution.

Under Arkansas law, traditional daily fantasy sports operate under the protection of Act 1075 of the 2017 regular session, the department noted. The law does not allow these operators to offer what it believes to be unlicensed sports betting.

Both still currently offer their contests in the state.