January saw New Jersey’s online casinos shatter the previous monthly revenue record. The introduction of sports betting into the market is a big reason why.
Resorts Casino is an Atlantic City online gambling and sports betting success story. And a lot of that success comes from embracing new ideas and partners.
Now five years old, the New Jersey online gambling industry is no longer new, but it’s still growing like it’s new. That will likely continue in 2019.
If the DOJ takes a hardliner approach to online gambling, it would put New Jersey in its crosshairs. And no state has more on the line than NJ.
A resolution introduced in the New Jersey Assembly urges the state’s congressional delegation to oppose federal action on sports betting.
Several online gambling records fell by the wayside in the final month of 2018, as NJ online casinos post their best revenue month to date in December.
As the only game in town, New Jersey was attracting sports bettors from neighboring states. That’s no longer the case with PA sportsbooks open for business.
The Department of Justice has issued a new Wire Act opinion that appears to be a blanket prohibition on online gambling. Appearances can be deceiving.
Can new owners reverse the fortunes of Revel, now known as Ocean Resort Casino, one of the biggest flops in the history of US casinos?
Ocean Resort Casino may be up for sale once again, as rumors are circulating about a possible new owner at the former Revel Casino.
Atlantic City’s gambling industry is going through a period of radical change from NJ sports betting and beyond. The new year should bring a few answers.
To avoid confusing the general public and lawmakers, a clear distinction needs to be made when reporting sports betting handle and revenue.
An impending reversal of a 2011 Wire Act opinion that paved the way for states like New Jersey to legalize online gambling may be more bark than bite.
Our year-end grade for all seven New Jersey online casino operators. Some operators had a better year than others, but you never know what 2019 might bring.
New Jersey online casinos turned five in November, and to celebrate, the industry is closing in on a major milestone: $1 billion in lifetime revenue.