Land-based and overall sports betting revenue may have been down in New Jersey, but online operations continue to thrive.
The divide between online and land-based sportsbetting in New Jersey continues to grow, with online accounting for 72.1% of November handle.
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A controversial boxing decision made one ambitious bettor very happy and swarms of others upset. DraftKings has made some changes to pools.
DraftKings Sportsbook and BetStars are putting more than turkey on the table for Thanksgiving; each awarding a $50 free bet to new patrons.
NJ sportsbooks saw their handle skyrocket and their revenue nosedive in October. Online wagering accounts for nearly all new growth.
Golden Nugget online casino in New Jersey has undergone another wave of changes, including extended Live Dealer hours and new games.
In order to offer action on NBA games, Play SugarHouse has ditched Golden Nugget Casino for sports, in favor of Monmouth Park's license.
FanDuel Sportsbook is kicking off the NBA season with a series of promotions that allows bettors to freeroll the site, and then some.
Atlantic City revenue shot up in September, but the gains were largely dependent on new gambling verticals, while the "old guard" struggled.