This past week, a new report on the Atlantic City state takeover said that New Jersey officials would continue to oversee the city until things improve.
After much bad publicity, FanDuel Sportsbook announced last week they’d pay out the prop bets made on glitch odds during an NFL game.
We get some insight into the early days of SugarHouse Sportsbook in the NJ sports betting market from Mattias Stetz, COO of Rush Street Interactive.
Jason Robins, CEO of DraftKings, told CNN that the rise of DraftKings Sportsbook is thanks to football season and a mature NJ sports betting product.
Look no further for a quick comparison of the latest online sportsbooks in the NJ sports betting market: BetStars, FanDuel, and 888 Sport.
FanDuel Sportsbook’s decision not to pay a winning bet because of a glitch is under fire, but how would other sports betting markets handle a similar issue?