The New Jersey online casino industry has been trending upward during its first five years, but will the next five years bring more of the same?
FanDuel and DraftKings are not only competing with established sports betting operators, but they’re also besting them, at least in the online arena. Here’s why.
The evolution of the former Showboat Casino in Atlantic City is far from complete. The non-gambling hotel will soon convert 400 rooms into 264 apartments.
It’s been five years since the launch of New Jersey online gambling, and there have been a lot of key moments that have shaped the industry.
October was a record-setting month for New Jersey online casinos as they hurtle toward the billion-dollar mark in lifetime revenue.
Monthly sports betting revenue isn’t going to grow at a steady pace. Unlike other online gambling verticals, NJ sports betting is high variance.
PokerStars is trying to reach new players with its new casual-friendly Stars Rewards program. Stars recently transitioned to the new program in New Jersey.
Pro sports arenas and stadiums will soon have lounges and kiosks featuring NJ sportsbook brands. Here’s what these lounges and kiosks can and can’t do.
States thinking about legalizing sports betting need to understand that mobile and online sports betting isn’t an option, it’s a requirement.
The technical error at FanDuel Sportsbook is the first major challenge for NJ sports betting, and regulators are still working on a policy.
Mistakes are expected, but the legal US sports betting market needs to be near-perfect if it wants to make inroads against black market sportsbooks.
New Jersey is a sports betting guinea pig in the US, and other states would be wise to pay close attention and learn from NJ sports betting’s ups and downs.
NJ sports betting’s strong early revenue numbers have Nevada casinos rethinking their stance on remote registration for online sports betting accounts.
At nearly $40 million in September, online sports betting and online casino are huge moneymakers for Atlantic City casinos.
One takeaway from last week’s sports betting hearing is the distaste lawmakers have for online gambling. But don’t worry. They’re unlikely to do anything.