Online Poker Revenue Profits See Big Jump From June To July

Poker Revenue Increase

Online poker revenue numbers from June to July are rising in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and possibly Michigan. LAS VEGAS – Online poker saw its best revenue year in 2020 due to people staying in their homes from the COVID-19 pandemic. Since that time however, revenue rates have expectedly dropped for online poker as in-person options … Read more

Gambling Competition Drives Need For Pricey Customer Acquisition

Casino Gamblers

Stricter state regulations lessen the possibility of competing iGaming brands. Gambling companies are spending millions on marketing campaigns due to competition. LAS VEGAS – Since sports betting saw its federal ban in 2018 removed, there’s been an influx of money directed towards customer acquisition for online casino and sports betting operators. Brands are dedicating millions … Read more

New Jersey Now Allows Fixed Odds Horse Race Betting

Meadowlands Harness Racing

New Jersey has regulated fixed-odds horse racing betting despite normally being done via parimutuel pools. TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey has become the first state to regulate fixed-odds horse racing within its borders. Gov. Phil Murphy signed the Fixed Odds Wagering Act into law on Thursday after it was approved by the Senate and Assembly more … Read more

FanDuel Now Offers Standalone Casino Gaming In NJ Via New App

FanDuel Casino

FanDuel launched a new app specifically for online casino gaming in NJ, separated from sports betting. New users on FanDuel’s casino app play risk-free up to $1000 on their first day. PointsBet will also be offering proprietary online casino gaming in NJ. TRENTON, NJ – FanDuel, a company known primarily for its sportsbook offerings, is … Read more

Over The Boardwalk – Atlantic City Casinos Rake In $345M+ In June

Atlantic City

Atlantic City’s casinos are booming as their June numbers show, with the city being fully operational again. Almost $400 million was brought into casinos and sportsbooks combined in AC for the month. The figures have surpassed even those of June 2019 before the Coronavirus Pandemic hit. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Atlantic City casinos are coming … Read more

Poll Shows Local College Sports Betting Underwater In N.J.

Rutgers - New Jersey College Betting

Currently, bettors are unable to wager on local college sports in New Jersey. A constitutional amendment needs only voter approval to change that fact. A recent poll suggests that voter approval is unlikely at the moment. TRENTON, N.J. – The future of sports betting in New Jersey is hazy at the moment, but a recent … Read more

States Consider Interstate Gaming In Wake Of Wire Act Case

Online Poker

The West Virginia Lottery Commission is considering an online poker interstate compact. Currently, the major compact is the MSIGA, which covers Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada. Pennsylvania and Michigan are also potential interstate compact partners. LAS VEGAS – The West Virginia Lottery Commission is looking into the possibility of joining the MSIGA, which is a … Read more

New Jersey Casinos To Allow Smoking As Of Sunday

smoking casinos

Gov. Phil Murphy has expressed interest in a separate, non-COVID-related, casino smoking ban. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – While most COVID-19 restrictions on Atlantic City’s casinos were lifted earlier in the year, the smoking ban remained intact until Sunday. This ban was enacted as casinos reopened in Atlantic City amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2021. … Read more

New Jersey Voters Will Decide On In-State College Sports Betting

New Jersey, Senate

New Jersey could be getting in-state college betting beginning in 2022. Residents of the state will get to vote on whether or not to add in-state college wagers to sportsbooks on their November 2021 ballots. The sports gambling industry of New Jersey may see an influx of action if they were to add hometown college … Read more

New Jersey Gives Compulsive Gambling Additional Funding

New Jersey Compulsive Gambling Help

New Jersey has dedicated up to $884,000 to combat compulsive gambling. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The New Jersey Legislature has put over $800,000 of it’s $46.4 billion state budget into combatting compulsive gambling from mid-2021 to mid-2022. The state is expecting to bring in $163.7 million in taxes from Casinos over the next year. How … Read more