With betting complete and the 2019 Academy Awards over, how did the first year of legal Oscars betting at NJ sportsbooks turn out and what did we learn?
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TEN ownership may have moved at glacial pace, but Ocean Resort Casino (aka Revel) is acting fast to get a real-money online casino launched by summer 2018.
With temperatures dropping below zero, the people of New Jersey are turning to online casinos to keep them entertained until Winter Storm Grayson passes.
Caesars Casino is giving away eight seats into a $1 million slot tournament freeroll at Harrah’s Atlantic City. The entry period ends on Oct. 21.
The New Jersey casinos are riding high after a positive January revenue report, save for TEN, which continues to struggle with permits and licensing woes.
An attempt by New Jersey Democratic senators to override Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a bill to suspend the Taj Mahal’s NJ casino license failed this week.
Sen. Ray Lesniak introduced legislation in New Jersey which would exempt landlords of casinos like Glenn Straub of TEN from holding NJ gambling licenses.
The recently launched New Jersey online casino PlaySugarhouse had a record cashout of $160,000 after a player went on a 12-day slot run of a lifetime.
PokerStars NJ doles out Spin & Go paydays and big guarantees, while NJ courts deal with Phil Ivey and Borgata and the legislature considers racetrack slots.
Eccentric investor Glenn Straub has said that he will open the TEN in the former Revel Casino in February, with or without a New Jersey gambling license.
The Millionaire Maker promotion at Caesars online casino is already underway. This NJ online gambling offer ends with a live slots tournament in Reno, NV.
Two New Jersey state senators who have both supported offline and online gambling in NJ, Ray Lesniak and Jim Whelan, are moving on from the NJ legislature.
It’s freezing outside in New Jersey, so why not stay in and take a seat at the WSOP.com NJ Winter Classic III, the first major 2017 NJ poker tournament?
Despite rumors to the contrary, billionaire Trump Taj Mahal owner Carl Icahn, who also owns the Tropicana in NJ, says he has no plan to sell the NJ casino.