Horse racing unfurls its richest event ever on Saturday, the $20 million Saudi Cup, eligible to New Jersey sports betting and horse racing fans.
We examine New Jersey sports betting trends, upcoming games and some nuggets gleaned in the field heading into XFL Week 4.
The New Jersey sports betting crowd watched a rehearsal of March Madness as three of the top four teams just bit the dust and five of the top 10 went down.
XFL betting in NJ was up, but viewership was down. Play ranged from abysmal to strong, leaving room for both optimists and pessimists going into Week 3.
NJ sports betting and boxing fans scour an appetizing menu when unbeaten heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury meet for round two in Las Vegas.
The XFL passed muster in Week 1 with NJ sports betting handle exceedeing some NFL exhibition games. The big questions is will bettors show up for week 2?