PointsBet, a prominent online sports betting firm, has been penalized $25,000 for breaching New Jersey sports betting regulations. The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office unveiled the …
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New Jersey’s sports betting handle was down by 2.6% in December, according to the latest monthly revenue report released by the state’s Department of Gaming Enforcement.
New Jersey sportsbooks continued to set the pace for other regulated US sports betting markets in November as operators in the state reported more than $1 …
New Jersey's fast-growing sports betting industry posted another record-breaking month in September as football season swung into action.
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