New Jersey’s attempts to legalize sports betting have failed in the past, but this month the state’s case was heard by twelve judges in a Court of Appeals.
New Jersey online gambling showed a significant percentage increase in revenues for the month of January, but Atlantic City casinos continue to perform poorly.
A judge has officially ruled that the Borgata no longer has to pay taxes to Atlantic City until the city makes payments on owed tax refunds.
A bill that would allow casino expansion to northern New Jersey cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee this week, bringing it closer to the ballot.
It likely comes as no surprise that a survey commissioned by the AGA found that many Americans believe sports betting should be legalized in the U.S.
Though the online gambling sector is performing well in New Jersey, land-based is a different story. Borgata and Tropicana casinos have big plans anyway.