Move over Kentucky Derby. Maximum Security leads the Haskell Invitational field, making Monmouth Park and horse betting the main attraction on July 20.
PA online casinos are set to launch on Monday with Parx and others going live. What kind of impact will it have on the hot NJ online gambling market?
TheScore is counting down the weeks to its NJ online sports betting launch by football season. CEO and founder John Levy provides an update on the app.
New Jersey sports betting marked one year in June, and to celebrate its success, DraftKings unveiled its new office. But the goal is to go beyond NJ.
Caesars Atlantic City has survived 40 years in the topsy-turvy market. Regional president Kevin Ortzman weighs in on survival, sports betting, and more.
Cryptocurrency operators like Bitcoin will not be getting the green light in New Jersey online gambling anytime soon, said David Rebuck, DGE director.
The first ever All American Sports Betting Summit is setting up shop at Monmouth Park this week. Here’s a look at some of the event highlights.
June 14 marks the one-year anniversary of New Jersey’s first legal sports bet. It’s been a crazy year, but fans and operators alike like what they see.
One year later, Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City has an altered name, a new owner, and a casino-first focus. And big things are in store for year two.
Golden Nugget does not have a “magic recipe” to being the NJ online casino market leader. The head of online gaming, Thomas Winter, offers some clarity.
Borgata’s Moneyline Bar & Book is billed as a “destination experience.” And the construction walls on the new AC sportsbook will come down June 29.
GeoComply ‘s software monitors New Jersey’s online gambling and sports betting world. And the hackers – those outside of NJ – will eventually be found.
In a deal with the Meadowlands, SportsGrid plans to build a studio at FanDuel Sportsbook and launch its 24-hour sports betting programming in June.
Maximum Security’s Triple Crown hopes ended in disqualification at the 2019 Kentucky Derby, but PointsBet has a racing bet for the Haskell Invitational.
Scientic Games is connected to big name operators like Wynn and Caesars in what is considered the focal point of the US sports betting market.