The Division of Gaming Enforcement gave retail and online sportsbooks in New Jersey the green light for betting on the awards show, but only for 2019.
New Jersey is on course to exceed Vegas in its first year of legalized betting.
Nicholas Amato says that New Jersey handle for this year's Super Bowl will be bigger than Nevada's. He also talks about creating bigger and better opportunities to keep New Jersey competitive as other ...
Coughlin, speaking at the Southern New Jersey Development Council's Public Policy Breakfast, gave a quick update on the legislative agenda for the remainder of this year and into next.
Since the first bet at Monmouth Park in June, gamblers in New Jersey have wagered $597 million on sports through October, generating $52 million in revenue for operators and $5.5 million in taxes for ...
At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
It's a place where crowds pack the dance floor and concert venues. A state known for boardwalks and casinos. It’s stimulation overload.
The city’s betting its two new casinos will bring a long-promised renaissance for all residents.
Sports betting is now legal in New Jersey and you can bet the Council on Compulsive Gambling has some big concerns.
It may be a down day for the bookies, but it's the start of a new era for New Jersey as casinos and racetracks took their first legal sports bets.
Gov. Murphy took questions on a variety of topics at a press conference on Friday.
Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. When will Gov. Murphy sign the sports betting bill approved by the Legislature this week?
Both the Assembly and the Senate unanimously passed an amended bill to regulate and tax sports betting in NJ.
The Speaker and Senate President have both promised to get this bill passed Thursday. The question is: when will the governor sign it?