With land-based casinos shuttered and sports on hiatus, New Jersey’s online poker and online casino industry posted some rather impressive but not unexpected numbers in April.
Atlantic City has always been one of the most tumultuous gaming markets in the country. Sales, bankruptcies, and takeovers have seen just about every gaming entity in the country plant a flag in the second oldest casino market in the US at some point in time. And now it’s Twin River Worldwide Holdings’ turn.
The latest revenue report from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board proved what many suspected; the suspension of sports and casino shutdowns are wreaking havoc on gaming revenues across the country.
High-profile gambling affiliate website OddsShark.com has fallen afoul of New Jersey regulations related to the promotion of unlicensed betting sites to US visitors.
BetAmerica Sportsbook and Casino has launched in New Jersey. This is breaking news and information is limited, but we’ll be providing updates as more is known. What we do know already is BetAmerica has launched a sports betting website with an integrated casino for residents in New Jersey.
New Jersey residents will be gaining two more sports betting options just in time for the 2019 Super Bowl. Over the weekend, Hard Rock Online Sportsbook commenced the “soft launch” of its operations and announced it has plans to open an in-person sportsbook at its Atlantic City property.
Sports media company theScore, best known for its mobile app connecting fans with breaking news and scores, confirmed this week it is preparing to launch an online sportsbook in New Jersey next year.
Unibet is set to further establish its footing in the New Jersey online gambling market after reaching a deal with Evolution Gaming to offer live dealer casino games to Garden State gamblers.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) has given the all clear to Australian betting firm PointsBet to begin a soft launch in the Garden State.
The New Jersey Devils have inked a deal with William Hill that, among other things, will establish a betting lounge inside Prudential Center arena.
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