William Hill Sportsbook at Monmouth Park was the first New Jersey sportsbook to open in 2018. Here’s what works and what doesn’t at Monmouth William Hill.
The first ever All American Sports Betting Summit is setting up shop at Monmouth Park this week. Here’s a look at some of the event highlights.
Monmouth Park was first in NJ sports betting, but the market is getting crowded. Now NJ online sports betting is in the cards for the racetrack, too.
The 50th Haskell Day took place at Monmouth Park in New Jersey on Sunday. The Monmouth Park sportsbook had good and bad news to share.
In May, Monmouth Park Racetrack filed suit against the NCAA and professional sports leagues. Now, the leagues are pushing back.
Monmouth Park Racetrack accepted the lion’s share of New Jersey’s sports bets in June 2018 with just two weeks of NJ sports betting.
With a busy first weekend of legal NJ sports betting in the books at Monmouth Park, officials say horse racing bets were the best ever and crowds were huge on both sides.
Monmouth Park announced plans to file a lawsuit, claiming that sports leagues owed them hundreds of millions in damages after barring Monmouth from sports betting in New Jersey in 2014.
After Monday’s Supreme Court decision, Monmouth Park said it would take the first sports bets May 28. But a provision in an NJ sports betting bill likely puts an end to immediate legal sports betting.
A new NJ sports betting bill in the state legislature mentions a possible intersection of NJ racetracks and online gambling, which for five years has been the bread and butter of Atlantic City casinos.
Perhaps no potential sportsbook in the United States is champing at the bit harder than Monmouth Park. The northern New Jersey racetrack is almost bubbling with anticipation of a new avenue for wagers.