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In a joint letter, New Jersey and Pennsylvania call out the Wire Act opinion that reverses legal online gambling, saying it is “wrong” and “misguided.”
Live dealer games are now part of the DraftKings Casino with blackjack, roulette, poker and baccaract available on the NJ sports betting app.
Kings and queens reign in two new NJ online slot games, Leonidas: King of the Spartans and The Legacy of Cleopatra’s Palace, real money online casino games.
Don’t let the 2019 Super Bowl distract you from these three great New Jersey online casino bonuses this weekend: Betfair, Caesars and Virgin.
New Jersey regulators signed off on legal Academy Awards betting for NJ online sportsbooks and in short order, DraftKings and PointsBet got Oscars action.
NJ sports betting has its eyes on the 2019 Super Bowl. Don’t look now, but there is a new name on the party’s invite list: Hard Rock online sportsbook.
New Jersey online sportsbooks are marking Super Bowl 2019 with an array of props bets that range from basic to unique to novelty.
Every sportsbook on the planet is gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday. NJ online sportsbooks are no exception with free cash and bonuses for the Big Game.
From now until the 2019 Super Bowl, FanDuel Sportsbook is offering new players a massive 53:1 odds boost on a moneyline bet of $5 on either team.
Darrelle Revis, a former NFL player, explains how PointsBet’s Good Karma Payout and other promos are what set the NJ sportsbook app apart in the market.
For a limited time, grab an exclusive Super Bowl welcome bonus at DraftKings NJ sports betting worth up to $600 free with just a $5 deposit.
DraftKings Sportsbook is doubling down on its NJ online casino expansion with Evolution Gaming and its slate of live dealer games.
For the first time, you can legally bet on the Super Bowl at New Jersey sportsbooks. Here’s where to bet and what to bet on for the 2019 Super Bowl.
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.