At least one NFL player thinks that the bettors that did not get paid on a glitch at FanDuel Sportsbook in New Jersey should get their money.
PayPal is now here for DraftKings Sportsbook, and that’s a good thing for the New Jersey sports betting app that is increasingly coming up against more competition.
Caesars Entertainment announced that it is now taking sports bets today, the sixth online offering in New Jersey to date.
Unibet, one of the biggest sports betting sites in Europe, is coming to New Jersey. Kindred Group, the parent company of Unibet, said in its earnings call that it would be entering the NJ sports betting market, but offered few …
International gaming giant IGT announced that it is the sports betting platform for FanDuel Sportsbook in New Jersey.
The first-ever FanDuel Sportsbook is officially open in New Jersey — or anywhere, for that matter. Meadowlands opened for NJ sports betting as planned.
Ocean Resort Casino, the newest property in Atlantic City, has soft-launched its New Jersey online casino.
The NJ sports betting law appeared to ban esports, but state regulators put NJ esports betting back in play with emergency regulations.
New Jersey sports betting is officially legal. Gov. Phil Murphy signed sports betting legislation into law on Monday, paving the way for casinos and racetracks in the state to take bets within days of his signature.
A flurry of activity in Trenton on New Jersey sports betting legislation on Monday left lawmakers, observers and stakeholders trying to figure out what’s next, as PlayNJ obtained the latest Senate bill.
As lawmakers and gaming industry stakeholders came together to move legislation forward to tax and regulate New Jersey sports betting, it felt more like a celebration than a serious consideration of the legislation that is going to move quickly through the statehouse in Trenton.
DraftKings announced on Friday it would partner with Resorts Atlantic City to offer sports betting in New Jersey. Resorts would be DraftKings’ “licensing partner” in the new NJ sports betting industry.
The New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association wants to be reimbursed by the sports organizations that stopped the state’s racetracks and casinos from offering sports betting for years.
The New Jersey treasurer released an estimate for how much money the state will make from legal sports betting in the upcoming fiscal year.
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