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There is no longer any doubt, cross-selling is real. Online sports betting is fueling growth at New Jersey online casinos to new heights.
March Madness betting helped NJ online and retail sportsbooks set a new record last month with $31.7 million in revenue off $372 million in handle.
The Masters is golf’s biggest major and now that you can bet on it in NJ, let’s look back at the biggest upsets in the event’s more-than-80-year history.
Which NJ online sportsbook will you place your bets for March Madness 2019? Here we look at FanDuel Sportsbook and 888 Sport mobile apps.
Find out how you can win a share of $250,000 and daily prizes worth $10,000 during March Madness at FanDuel Sportsbook in New Jersey.
New Jersey sportsbook promotions are keeping things lively this week with a full slate of insurance and early payout promotions.
Meadowlands Racetrack CEO Jeff Gural talks about the new deal with CG Technology and the first year of NJ sports betting at the on-site FanDuel Sportsbook.
NJ online sports betting switches gears to basketball with NBA and NCAA heating up. Here are a few great weekend deals at New Jersey sportsbooks.
Make the most of your Academy Awards betting by finding an NJ sportsbook deposit bonus that helps you maximize those 2019 Oscars wagers.
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.
The best online sports betting promos from BetStars and FanDuel Sportsbook are geared toward the AFC/NFC championship games and the Australian Open.
William Hill’s lawsuit against FanDuel Sportsbook comes to a quick close. The NJ sportsbook will donate some of the funds to help problem gambling groups.
FanDuel Sportsbook is offering a one-time bonus of up to $100 for any bettor who placed moneyline wagers on the Chicago Bears during NFL Wild Card weekend.
New Jersey sportsbooks are no doubt approaching the end of football with some regret. But most want to close out the college football season with a bang.