This weekend was packed with action on SugarHouse NJ sportsbook. From NFL underdogs to NBA winning streaks, NJ sports betting was on fire.
The MLB and MGM Resorts reached terms on a strategic partnership deal. MGM now has deals with three of the four major sports leagues in the US.
New Jersey sportsbooks FanDuel, 888 Sport NJ, and BetStars NJ have a few treats up their sleeves this week for basketball and boxing fans.
Thanksgiving Week has become an unofficial high holy day for sports fans, so there was a ton of action at SugarHouse Sportsbook last week.
DraftKings Sportsbook opened its retail location at Resorts Atlantic City casino on Nov. 20, the third permanent NJ sports betting space to open in AC.
Thanksgiving Week is a big one for sports fans. And every day this week, DraftKings Sportsbook odds boosts happen on select NFL, NBA and college games.
New Jersey sportsbooks accepted $260 million in wagers in the month of October 2018, but they only managed to hang onto $11.7M in NJ sports betting revenue.
Parx’s deal with Kambi means it could expans in NJ. But Parx may not be the only Pennsylvania casino that has its eye on NJ online sports betting.
DraftKings Sportsbook announced recently that it added Play+ Prepaid to its roster of deposit methods, a similar e-wallet system like Neteller and PayPal.
This week’s bonuses at FanDuel Sportsbook and BetStars NJ range all over the place. Very few bettors cannot find something to give their bets a boost.
FanDuel Sportsbook understands that there are two sides to every gamble. So, the site has created NBA and NFL deals for the lucky and the unlucky bettor.
New Jersey online sportsbooks are getting into the sports betting spirit. FanDuel Sportsbook and BetStars NJ have a few NBA and NFL treats to share.
888 signed a deal with the NFL’s New York Jets that allows 888 to place its advertising at MetLife Stadium. One caveat? It can’t mention NJ sports betting.
The turmoil at Caesars has attracted MGM Resorts International as the latest company to emerge as a potential purchaser of the casino giant.
Credit rating agency Moody’s has upgraded Atlantic City’s credit rating. The agency has moved the city from its previous rating of Caa3 up to B2.