The lead-up to the 2020 Super Bowl is prime hunting season for sports betting bonuses and promotions.
PointsBet Pick 6 is a nationwide, free-to-play game with $25,000 on offer every weekend. All you need to do is pick the winners and margins of victory for six NFL or NCAA football games each week for a chance to win $25,000. Today, we explain how it works and where to play.
New Jersey’s first big money NFL handicapping contest is now underway at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Football season will be in full swing before we know it. The college football regular season gets underway today with a pair of games and the schedule kicks into overdrive the following week. The NFL season gets underway on Thursday, September 5 with a game between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears.
In online sports betting, competition is the name of the game. We’re not just talking about the action on the field or in the arenas either. Sportsbooks are competing to earn your hard-earned dollars, and the action on that field of play continues to intensify.
New Jersey betting site PointsBet US has announced an ambitious new campaign to attract skilled sports bettors (sharps) and high rollers. In a press release published yesterday, PointsBet US promised it will take minimum bet to win wagers of $10,000 from all customers no matter how skilled.
SugarHouse NJ has launched a new online casino promotion today that will be giving out $100,000 worth of bonuses over the next several weeks.
DraftKings will be hosting its inaugural Sports Betting National Championship in January and invitations are open to all whether you live in New Jersey or elsewhere. The $2.5 million competition takes place January 11th-13th in Jersey City, New Jersey.
As the world’s most important soccer tournament approaches, FanDuel is scratching out a place for itself as the place to play daily fantasy soccer. The World Cup opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia is less than a week away and FanDuel is celebrating its first World Cup with a brand new promotion offering two ways…
If you’re a complete newbie to daily fantasy sports, you have your work cut out for you. Sure, the basic idea is simple enough. It only takes a few minutes to read through the rules and draft your first team, but there is still a lot to learn as far as developing a strategy and…
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