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As with all pro sports leagues, the AGA says MLB and NBA stand to benefit with $1.7 billion in combined additional revenue thanks to legal sports betting.
Australian sportsbook PointsBet plans to launch into NJ sports betting in November, with Meadowlands as partner and NBA star Allen Iverson as ambassador.
With NBA sports betting in New Jersey a hot ticket, SugarHouse moves its NJ online sports betting site from Golden Nugget’s license to Monmouth.
Tropicana and Hard Rock Atlantic City petitioned the DGE to open sportsbooks. Find out which casino is likely to launch New Jersey sports betting first.
Kambi’s NJ online sports betting sites are packed with in-play betting options for NBA games and that includes DraftKings, SugarHouse and 888 sportsbook.
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The NBA tips off its first games of the 2018-2019 season tonight and tomorrow. If your bet goes flat at DraftKings Sportsbook, you’ll get up to $100 back.
NJ sports betting’s strong early revenue numbers have Nevada casinos rethinking their stance on remote registration for online sports betting accounts.
In the latest installment of Borgata vs. Phil Ivey, the Atlantic City casino filed a motion to gain permission to collect on Ivey’s debt in Nevada.
Place a bet on a select NBA game and get a Super Boost from BetStars NJ. If that doesn’t suit your fancy, bet the Lakers and LeBron for a playback bonus.
NBA sports betting in New Jersey just got a little more intersting thanks to a trio of promos from FanDuel Sportsbook for opening week basketball games.
At nearly $40 million in September, online sports betting and online casino are huge moneymakers for Atlantic City casinos.
888 Poker recently announced a new poker client (Poker 8) and new online poker game called Pik’em Poker set to launch in New Jersey by the end of the year.
In September 2018, New Jersey online and retail sportsbooks accepted just under $184 million in wagers, almost double August’s NJ sports betting take.