Google has changed its advertising standards policies to allow sports betting ads in NJ.
PokerStars has copped a $10k fine for accepting bets on college sports featuring New Jersey teams.
New Jersey punters wagered $372m in March, with betting operators raking in $31.6m in revenue.
William Hill has announced that it will be giving back to the New Jersey community that it has profited from since the legalisation of gambling, forming a partnership with a problem-gambling support group.
Two months after officially legalising sports betting, Pennsylvania has released the first figures on the new industry’s returns, revealing $32 million was bet through in January.
Total money wagered on sports betting in NJ in January jumped 25 per cent to $385.2 million.
For the first time in the history of the USA, you’ll be able to bet legally on Hollywood’s biggest night. That’s right, New Jersey became the first state this week to allow its new bookmakers — both in-person and online — to take bets on the Oscars.
New Jersey has penalised the operators of playsugarhouse.com for accepting over $5k in illegal wagers.
Competitors in a DraftKings sports betting tournament held over the weekend were unable to place bets on a specific NFL playoffs game, which cost them the chance to win the ultimate prize pool.
DraftKings has added blackjack to its NJ betting app as the firm prepares to launch in WV.