New York Sportsbooks Reports Another Monthly Revenue Record for NovemberBy: Grant Mitchell
New York sportsbooks brought in $148.2 million of revenue, a 1.7% increase on the $145.7 million total earned in October. New Yorkers also wagered roughly $1.56 million, up from October’s $1.54 billion total.
Former Longtime Texas Governor Rick Perry Endorses Sports Betting in TexasBy: Grant Mitchell
Perry’s newfound support for sports betting is a surprise to those who kept up with his political career. The longtime servant to Texans voted against gambling expansion in 1986 and expressed anti-gambling sentiments in a letter to Congress in 2014.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission Stalls Vote on MGM Springfield LicenseBy: Grant Mitchell
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission Delayed a vote on the future of a sports betting license for MGM Springfield, a local casino, due to copious references to a BetMGM application that is also pending review from the commission.
Rap Icon and Businessman Jay-Z Joins Investment Group for New York CasinoBy: Grant Mitchell
Carter and his team announced their alliance during SL Green’s annual investors conference Monday. The group plans to build a boutique-style casino at 1515 Broadway office tower, a property already owned by the real estate company.
Team USA’s Success in FIFA World Cup Bodes Well for Sports Betting FutureBy: Grant Mitchell
Buried behind the performances of Team USA was the decisive victory for the sports betting industry. With the next World Cup set to take place in a host of North American cities, the presence of soccer betting is here to stay.
Sports Betting Agencies Controversially Partnering with College CampusesBy: Grant Mitchell
Sportsbooks have partnered with US college campuses as sports betting has grown, but industry experts are concerned that exposing minors to gambling could have long-term consequences. As a result, Legislators are currently creating new regulations to limit the impact of gambling on minors, and operators have been kept on the lookout for these partnerships.
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.
BetMGM Sportsbook New Jersey to Live Stream NHL GamesBy: Ken Edwards
Just in time for the NHL play-offs and summer’s Stanley Cup Finals, New Jersey sports betting fans now have the opportunity to watch the games and combine their experience with quality sports wagering opportunities.
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.
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