Tuesday, August 16, 2022


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Will U.S. sports betting decision spillover into Asia?


When in 2016 the U.S. Supreme Court accepted to hear the appeal in the Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association case (later renamed Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association) no one expected New Jersey ever to be allowed to offer...

Amaya authorized to operate PokerStars, Full Tilt in New Jersey


Amaya Inc. announced that the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has authorized it to operate the PokerStars and Full Tilt brands in New Jersey

PokerStars’ entry could help grow US online gaming revenue


A Morgan Stanley report suggesting that online gambling revenue in the US could reach $10.2 billion by 2020 if all 50 states allowed it is rated as un

New Jersey gaming rises 10 percent in Aug., online gains


The gambling win in New Jersey’s casinos and online operations was up 10 percent overall in August, with internet activities recording their second

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New Jersey casinos and race tracks can offer sports betting: Governor


Casinos and racetracks in New Jersey can offer sports betting without fear of prosecution or civil liability, the state’s Governor Chris Christie ha

Revel closure brings problems for New Jersey Governor


A closed-door, bipartisan summit is being held in New Jersey on Monday to address the impact of the closure of the massive Revel casino and three othe

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