Posts tagged ‘New Jersey’

MyBookie No Longer Accepting Players for NY, NJ or Nevada

September 17, 2019

In a recent memo sent out to marketers and affiliates, Web Partners, the company that owns MyBookie, stated that they no longer will accept new players from the states of Nevada, New York or New Jersey. As many people know, sports betting has been legalized at the state level in these areas. State legislators have […]

Leading New Jersey Sportsbooks

September 6, 2019

After a long battle since 2009, online sports betting was finally victorious on May 14, 2018, when SCOTUS decided in favor of New Jersey. With that, many online operators started operating in the city and the online betting industry started flourishing in the US. Online betting websites moved from laptops and PCs to smartphones so […]

BookMaker.eu Latest Offshore to Pull Out of New Jersey

August 29, 2019

As we reported a few days ago, powerful offshore sportsbook BetOnline.ag has pulled out of New Jersey. Now it appears Bookmaker.eu (SBA Rating C-) has also followed suit. This comes after the State of New Jersey, who led the fight to get sports betting legalized on the state level, is now spending just as much […]

BetOnline to Close New Jersey Accounts

August 26, 2019

Popular offshore online sportsbook has apparently contacted residents of that state who have an account with them, notifying them they are no longer allowed to wager there and that they have until September 30th to remove their funds. This is a result of the State of New Jersey spending a large amount of money and […]

New Jersey Sports Betting Handle Beats Vegas in May

June 27, 2019

The Nevada betting numbers were released today and analysts have been pouring over them. An interesting fact that jumped off the page right away is the the fact that the sports betting handle for Nevada was lower than upstart sports betting state New Jersey. According to the Nevada Gaming Control, $317.4 million was wagered on […]

New Jersey Releases Betting Numbers for February 2019

March 13, 2019

The leader in the legalization is sports betting at the state level was New Jersey. Their efforts in the court of law paved the way for the repeal of the PAPSA legislation, which now allows for states to legalize and regulate sports betting. As if there was any doubt, sports betting has been a huge […]

New Jersey Sports Betting Update

September 13, 2018

Watching residents of states that have approved sports betting enjoy their new-found freedom has been gratifying to say the least. Before now, going down to the local sportsbook to throw down some cash on your favorite team (or some teams you think will cover the point spread) is an activity only enjoyed by residents of […]

New Jersey Poised for Huge Football Handle

August 18, 2018

It is fair to say that of all the new states that have allowed sports betting that New Jersey is doing it as ‘close to right’ as possible. They licensed locations that already had wagering offerings (3 of them currently), and they plan on rolling out more locations over time. Also, they’ve allowed these companies […]

FanDuel’s NJ Sportsbooks Takes 3.5 Million in Bets

July 23, 2018

Meadowlands, NJ – As sports betting becomes available in areas for the first time, people in the sports betting industry pay attention and pore over the numbers as they are released. The new FanDuel sportsbook in Meadowlands, New Jersey is no different. The fantasy sports company FanDuel entered into a contract with the state of […]

New Jersey’s Betting Numbers After First Two Weeks

July 12, 2018

New Jersey was one of the first states to start offering sports betting as an option shortly after SCOTUS struck down the anti-sports betting rule known as PAPSA. The numbers from those first few weeks have been released to the public. As expected, the numbers aren’t mind boggling. They report that they have taken in […]