By Peter Gleason

It was just a matter of time before some saps who lost big bucks decided to cash in on the gravy train created by FanDuel and DraftKings’ legal issues related to whether or not daily fantasy has a legal right to do business in the face of United States laws.

And, don’t you know, Philly’s Mother Comcast is involved too!

A new class-action lawsuit against companies who partnered with daily fantasy companies DraftKings and FanDuel has been filed and names the NBA, NHL, and MLB, groups led by Jerry Jones, Robert Kraft, and James Dolan, in addition to media companies, credit card companies, and banks in the suit.

SI reports that Antonio Gomez and John Gerecs are represented by prominent Florida lawyer Ervin Gonzalez and are suing, well, everyone affiliated with the two companies in South Florida’s U.S. District Court:

The defendants include:

The National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball Ventures, National Hockey League Ventures and Major League Soccer
The Kraft Group (owned by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft), Legends Hospitality (co-owned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the New York Yankees), and MSG Sports and Entertainment (owned by New York Knicks owner James Dolan)

Turner Sports, Time Warner, NBC Sports Comcast Ventures, 21stCentury Fox, Fox Sports Interactive Media

Visa, MasterCard and American Express
J.P. Morgan, Capital One Bank, Google Capital, Piton Capital and Scottish Investment Bank

PayPal, Paysafe and Vantiv (payment processors)

DraftKings, FanDuel and Jason Robins