After the Division of Gaming Enforcement sent a letter to OddsShark about its offshore sportsbooks, the website closed access to New Jersey residents.
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The permanent Tropicana sportsbook in Atlantic City would make it the third retail spot for William Hill in New Jersey sports betting.
MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren weighs in on the Wire Act: “It’s just we think an absurdly, poorly written and unenforceable opinion.”
New Jersey online casino revenue continues to set records. In January, the market hit more than $30 million, a first in the NJ online gambling industry.
With 11 New Jersey online sportsbooks and 10 retail sportsbooks reporting, NJ sports betting revenue posted $18.8 million with a record January handle.
One customer turned $100 into more than $44,000 last week at BetStars NJ online sportsbook. Want to try your luck at a college basketball parlay?