New Jersey News
Three Teen Carjackers Arrested for Bally’s Atlantic City Casino Break-InsBy: Grant Mitchell
Whether the high school-aged boys were inspired by Foghat’s “Slow Ride” and or the valet attendants in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, they were unsuccessful in exiting the hotel and casino parking lot with new rides. All they succeeded in was damaging the cars’ steering columns, which led to their arrests.
NJ College Sports Betting Bill Advances in the State SenateBy: Ken Edwards
New Jersey sports betting fans could soon have the opportunity to place wagers on college sports teams based in the Garden State. The State’s lawmakers have advanced the bill that would allow the state’s visitors and residents to place legal online wagers on college sports teams like Seton Hall, Rutgers, Monmouth, Princeton or Riders.
FanDuel to add Stardust Online Casino to NJ gaming line-upBy: Ken Edwards
New Jersey sports bettors and fans of the FanDuel betting app now have a new tool at their disposal in order to assist in winning a few extra bucks and having a load of fun while they’re doing it.
FanDuel NJ & Simplebet Team Up to Bring You NBA MicrobettingBy: Ken Edwards
New Jersey sports bettors now have a new form of sports betting to look forward to, as betting technology company, Simplebet, recently launched its NBA InPlay product through its partnership with one of the Garden State’s leading online sportsbooks, FanDuel.
DraftKings Dispute $3 million Parlay Wager Placed Outside NJBy: Ken Edwards
A Florida man who recently placed $3 million with DraftKings in parlay wagers in New Jersey has had betting account frozen after it was discovered that the bets were placed outside the state lines of the Garden State.
NJ Sports Betting Numbers Spike Upwards in May 2020By: Ken Edwards
Sports Betting in New Jersey is still not back to its heady days of February and its ongoing month-on-month betting handle and revenue increases, following the shutdown of world sporting action. However, there’s good news that sports betting appears to have turned the corner in the Garden State and it’s picking up again.
Sports Betting Profits in New Jersey now outpace Nevada’sBy: Ken Edwards
When the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was repealed in May 2018 and states began to legalize sports betting, there was a lot of gaming industry talk that the state of Nevada as a whole would lose many customers, its sports betting influence, and that the very essence of sports betting would alter as a result have options.
New Jersey Cracks Down on Illegal Gambling WebsitesBy: Ken Edwards
The news that six men have been charged with running illegal gambling sites highlights the commitment of legislators to protect people who enjoy betting.
Top 5 Reasons NJ Sports Betting is Bigger than Nevada’sBy: Ken Edwards
In June 2019, the Garden State of New Jersey overtook Nevada in terms of both handle and revenue, and it’s been widening ever since. From May 2019 to August 2019, New Jersey’s sportsbooks beat out Nevada sportsbooks in three of four of those months. In August 2019 alone, New Jersey’s sportsbooks took in $293.5 million in bets, and $25.5 million in revenue, beating up on Nevada’s $288 million and $18.7 million respectively.