New Jersey lawmakers can right one of the very few wrongs in the bill that legalized sports betting: removing the NBA betting ban at Golden Nugget.
The NJDGE has released the May 2019 revenue numbers for the state’s gambling industry. Some NJ operators are flourishing, but others are struggling.
New Jersey continues to grow its online sports betting market. The Golden Nugget launched its online sportsbook in the Garden State on Feb. 19.
The action doesn’t have to stop during football’s offseason. There are alternatives to the NFL and NCAA, and the odds on futures are better than ever.
MGM Resorts International has hired investment bank Morgan Stanley to research benefits of a potential merger with Caesars Entertainment.
PlaySugarHouse Sportsbook has left Golden Nugget and switched its New Jersey sports betting license to ally with Monmouth Park Racetrack.
SportAD’s FastPick game has won the 2018 EGR North America award for best game. The fantasy sports betting game launched in New Jersey in summer 2017.
New Jersey is serious about refusing sports betting licenses to casinos with pro sports teams ownership stakes, like Golden Nugget, whose owner also owns the Houston Rockets.
Proposed language in the current Senate bill under consideration restricts anyone who owns a sports team from accepting sports wagers. This can affect New Jersey’s Borgata, Caesars, and Golden Nugget.