New Jersey's gambling industry has broken records with a total gain of $454.8 million in December alone - a 13% year-on-year increase.
- Sports leagues and media firms create advertising coalition body
- Caesars Entertainment reopens online casino in New Jersey
- New Jersey advances bill to restrict gambling advertising
- BetMGM and IGT launch Wheel of Fortune Casino
- Atlantic City casinos reinstate ban on firearms
- New Jersey to review smoking laws for Atlantic City casinos
Play’n GO has further extended its reach across North America by introducing its portfolio of high-quality online gaming content in New Jersey.
4ThePlayer has entered the US market after receiving a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement recently released online casino revenue figures for June, which point to another record year in 2020.
DraftKings has announced that it is launching a standalone New Jersey online casino application that will no longer be tethered to the company's sports betting app.
It has now been over three months since the Atlantic City casinos shut their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To say they are struggling would …
While the New Jersey casino industry's revenue numbers were down in May, they would be much worse if it were not for online casinos. They have …
Playtech, one of the biggest online gambling suppliers in the world, was recently given the green light to launch its casino products at Bet365 New Jersey.
While Visa and MasterCard are two of the more popular banking methods at New Jersey gambling sites, American Express has been left out in the cold. …
Three of New Jersey's top online casinos are giving players the chance to win millions without having to risk a dime. Let's take a look at …