This morning, New Jersey will become the third US state with legal single-game sports betting, joining Nevada (1949) and Delaware (last week).
New Jersey lawmakers have sent a final sports betting bill to the governor. The two chambers voted unanimously to pass matching pieces of legislation, aimed at cementing the pillars for NJ sports betting.
The NJ sports betting lawsuit filed by the group behind Monmouth Park and The Meadowlands last week got a response from the sports leagues. And guess what? The leagues are pushing back.
William Hill is eager to launch an Ocean Resort Casino sportsbook and says the space will be ready in time when the new Atlantic City casino opens its doors June 28 and NJ sports betting goes live.
Ocean Resort Casino, fast approaching its June 28 opening date, moves quickly to partner with sportsbook giant William Hill for its future NJ sports betting plans.
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney wrote a letter, urging states to resist sports leagues’ demands for an integrity fee. Sweeney vowed such a fee would be excluded from any NJ sports betting bill.
Long a fierce opponent of sports betting, and a plaintiff in the NJ sports betting case, the NCAA said Thursday that it would support “strong federal standards” and lifted the state ban on championships.
The NJ sports betting case, a five-year saga, comes to a close as the high court votes 7-2 to end PASPA and legalize sports betting in the US.
The NJ sports betting bill that got attention last week has officially been filed with the New Jersey assembly, and guess what? The integrity fee is still there but it’s for state and law enforcement use only.
Hard Rock Atlantic City’s partnership with online casino platform provider Gaming Innovation Group has yet to launch, but GiG is eyeing the future and its potential in the NJ online gambling market.
The NJ sports betting case (Murphy vs NCAA) is just one of a few cases left to be decided before the SCOTUS summer recess, and the next possible decision date is May 14.
A recent NY Post article stated that legal NJ sports betting will bring in $9 billion in annual revenue, but a closer look reveals the total legal sports betting revenue for New Jersey will be far less than that.
Another Atlantic City casino is set to change hands: Tropicana Entertainment has been sold to Eldorado Resorts and Gaming and Leisure Properties in a billion-dollar deal that includes Tropicana AC.
The week dawns with some good news for New Jersey online poker players. Interstate poker is just a couple weeks away.
The chatter about a DraftKings sports betting partnership in Atlantic City got even louder.