March 14, 2019
- AP, 3.13.19 – Nearly $2 billion in New Jersey sport bets in 9 months
- Nearly $2 billion has been wagered on sporting events in New Jersey in the nine months since such betting became legal last year.
- Online Poker Report, 3.13.19 – New Jersey Online Gambling Revenue Comes Up A Few Days Short Of Another Record
- A shortened month was the only thing that kept online gambling operators in New Jersey from posting another record-setting report in February. NJ online gambling revenue came to $31.75 million across the 28-day span, just off the all-time high set last month. Per-day revenue actually surpassed the pace established in January.
- Legal Sports Report, 3.13.19 – Handle Not Bad As Super Bowl Dings NJ Sports Betting Revenue In February
- Wednesday brought confirmation of what we already suspected: the Super Bowl took its toll on NJ sports betting revenue last month. New Jersey sports betting produced $320 million in handle in February, a reasonable but slightly underwhelming total for the month of the Super Bowl.
- US Bets, 3.13.19 – New Jersey February Sports Betting Numbers A Mixed Bag
- New Jersey’s legal sports betting operators cleaned up on wagering on the Oscars in February – but got burned by Super Bowl bettors.
- NJ Gambling Sites, 3.13.19 – NJ Sports Betting Ends Chilly February With $320M In Handle, $12.7M In Revenue
- February 2019 will go down as a historic one for sports betting in New Jersey. For the first time, legal betting on the Super Bowl and Oscars betting took place in the Garden State.
- WV Metro News, 3.12.19 – West Virginia poised to become 4th state to legalize online gambling for traditional casino games
- The West Virginia Lottery will have more than year to develop and implement regulations for iGaming run through the Mountain State’s five casinos if Governor Jim Justice signs into law the West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act.
- Sports Handle, 3.13.19 – Maryland Sports Betting Bill On Hold Until 2020
- Legalizing sports betting in Maryland — at least via constitutional amendment — is a dead issue for this legislative session.
- Legal Sports Report, 3.13.19 – A Question In Connecticut Sports Betting: What’s A Casino Game?
- Whether Connecticut sports betting constitutes a casino game was a key part of the discussion Tuesday in a committee hearing.
- The Day, 3.12.19 – Opponents of casino and sports betting bills press lawmakers for studies
- In Connecticut’s long-running debate over gambling expansion, theirs is the voice that tends to get drowned out: the opponents.
- US Bets, 3.13.19 – Tennessee Governor Appears To Have Done 180 On Sports Betting Opposition
- Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee could put his dislike for state-sanctioned gambling aside and sign a sports betting bill that reaches his desk, as long as he has input.