NJ sportsbooks had their best month ever, but it's hard not to feel a bit disappointed that the industry didn't reach $500 mm in handle.
No NFL? No problem. NJ sports betting handle almost reaches $300 mm during a down month. Is $400 mm in the cards for September?
Online sportsbooks continue to dominate the New Jersey market, accounting for nearly 81% of industry handle in April.
March Madness propelled the NJ sports betting industry to record breaking revenue in March, driven largely by the Meadowlands and online.
February 2019 might look like a tough month for NJ sports betting, but it really wasn't, outside of a disappointing Super Bowl performance.
$305 million — that's how much bettors in NJ wagered at the state's legal online books. Land-based outlets didn't fare nearly as well.
Casual bettor or sharp, it really won't matter this Super Bowl, as these risk-free promos guarantee players will at least break even.
It's not too flashy, but Hard Rock online sportsbook checks off enough boxes that it should strike a chord with New Jersey bettors.
2018 brought with it a lot of new sites, brands, and formats to the NJ gambling scene, but did all these new additions result in new revenue?