DraftKings Sportsbook, the first online NJ sports betting platform to go live in New Jersey, hit one million bets but how did it do it?
Atlantic City casinos in August tallied nearly $300M in revenue, according to state regulators. With NJ sports betting on the march, things are looking up.
A new study from Nielsen Sports and the American Gaming Association shows that the groups believe legal sports betting will be a boon for the NFL.
William Hill and Tropicana announced an NJ sports betting partnership that will most likely lead to a land-based sportsbook at the Atlantic City casino.
Popular sports bar Buffalo Wild Wings and NJ sports betting and fantasy sports company DraftKings have partnered for a season-long fantasy football game.
Through Aug. 18, Atlantic City casinos have reported a total of $21.9 million in jackpot wins of more than $50,000, making the first half of 2018 more profitable than each of the previous three full years.