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Land Issues

article Native Americans Find Surprising Ally in N.J. Fight: Trump Administration
(New Jersey) -- A knee-high pile of rocks sits in a far corner of a gated community set among rolling hills known as the Polo Club. To the Ramapough Lenape Nation, which...
article Trial Against Mahwah's Ramapough Lenape Tribe Begins Monday
(New Jersey) -- A Bergen County Superior Court trial will begin Monday involving the Ramapough Lenape Nation tribe, the township, and the Ramapo Hunt & Polo Club....
article Federal, state rulings favor Ramapough nation in Mahwah
(New Jersey) -- In separate but related rulings issued Monday, state and federal agencies have taken actions favoring the Ramapough Lenape Nation based in the township....
article Justice Department: Ramapough Indians' Denial Of Religious Freedom Complaint Should Proceed
(New Jersey) -- A denial of religious freedom complaint filed by the Ramapough Mountain Indians against the township of Mahwah is ready to be heard, the U.S. Justice...
article Feds File Statement of Interest in Native American Religious Land Use Case filed Against Mahwah
(New Jersey) -- The Department of Justice today filed a Statement of Interest in U.S. District Court in New Jersey supporting claims by the Ramapough Mountain Indians (...
5 Total Articles on this Issue

Pala Tribe

article "With the benefit of hindsight, Pala Interactive would never have entered New Jersey"
(New Jersey) -- For Pala Interactive CEO Jim Ryan, The U.S. Supreme Court repeal of PASPA—which made it unlawful for a state and private individuals to sponsor,...
1 Article on this Issue

Trump Adminstration

article Native Americans Find Surprising Ally in N.J. Fight: Trump Administration
(New Jersey) -- A knee-high pile of rocks sits in a far corner of a gated community set among rolling hills known as the Polo Club. To the Ramapough Lenape Nation, which...
1 Article on this Issue

Wynn Resorts

article Can Wynn Online Casino Make A Dent In Crowded NJ Industry?
(New Jersey) -- The already crowded New Jersey online casino market is going to have to make room for another new entrant: Wynn Resorts.The news of Wynn’s imminent...
1 Article on this Issue

Atlantic City Gaming

article Experts warn: Expanding casinos beyond Atlantic City is a stupid bet
(New Jersey) -- Internet gambling and sports betting have both been a big success in the Garden State, but don’t expect casinos to expand outside of Atlantic City...
article OP/ED: NJ is giving Atlantic City its best shot at a fairy tale ending
(New Jersey) -- The fundamental problem with Atlantic City the past few decades is well-known. It’s a problem of human nature that has been widely understood since...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Sports Leagues

article A Trader’s View On How The NCAA Should Approach Legal Sports Betting
(New Jersey) -- Ahead of his appearance at Betting on Sports America, Benjie Cherniak, Managing Director of Don Best Sports, Scientific Games’ U.S. managed trading...
1 Article on this Issue

New Jersey Gaming

article Why Is FanDuel Pulling Away From DraftKings In The NJ Online Sportsbook War?
(New Jersey) -- A battle for supremacy between DraftKings and FanDuel is not exactly uncharted territory. They’ve waged war in the daily fantasy sports space ever...
article New Jersey Breaks iGaming and Sports Betting Revenue Records in March 2019
(New Jersey) -- Sports betting and iGaming entertainment pushed New Jersey to record revenues for March. Total revenue from gambling in the state exceeded $294 million...
article New Jersey Posts Record High Results in NJ for March
(New Jersey) -- New Jersey scored big on the March Madness and its iGaming segment continued to grow in the meanwhile. Not quite the first state to introduce sports...
article NJ Blows Away Online Casino Record With Almost $40 Million In Revenue
(New Jersey) -- To say that theNew Jersey online casinomarket is doing well right now is a pretty big understatement. The state generated over $39 million in revenue in...
article Not Settling Yet: NJ Horsemen, Leagues Still $150 Million Apart In Sports Betting Legal Battle
(New Jersey) -- In the latest salvo in the nearly year-old $150 million lawsuit by New Jersey’s thoroughbred horsemen against five major pro sports organizations,...
article Play+ to explore the stories behind the gambling industry
(New Jersey) -- Play+ is conducting short, streamed interviews at next week’s Betting on Sports America to explore some of the stories behind the gambling industry.
article Rush Street Interactive Named Mobile Operator Of The Year In North America
(New Jersey) -- Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has been crowned ‘Mobile Operator of the Year’ at the EGR North America Awards 2019. The EGR Awards celebrate...
article California Man Must Fork Over $90K In Gambling Proceeds
(New Jersey) -- A report issued by the Associated Press reveals that gambling regulators in New Jersey have ordered a man from California to pay more than $90,000. The...
article March Madness Leads To Margin Madness At New Jersey Sportsbooks
(New Jersey) -- Despite tons of promotions aimed at trimming the house edge, it was a stellar March for the sportsbooks in New Jersey, who according to a recent press...
article New Jersey sets online gambling record with $39.1m in March
(New Jersey) -- New Jersey’s regulated online gambling market roared its way back into the record books in March, which was anything but the cruelest month as...
article NJ Online Casinos Obliterate All-Time Revenue Record, While Golden Nugget And Draftkings Surge
(New Jersey) -- NJ online casinos absolutely obliterated their all-time revenue record in March, taking in $37.2 million, around $5.5 million more than their previous...
article NJ Sports Betting Hits $372 Million In March With Record $31.7 Million In Revenue
(New Jersey) -- Now that the 2019 NCAA Tournament has come to a close, it’s time to look at the bigger NJ sports betting picture. New Jersey got its first taste of...
article Online Casino Revenue Takes A Deep Breath, Balloons To Almost $40 Million In March
(New Jersey) -- Could it be a three-peat? You bet. For the first time in New Jersey online gambling history, revenue surpassed $30 million for three-straight months.
article Drazin: Founding Father of NJ Sports Betting Opines
(New Jersey) -- The names on the case wielded as a cudgel against the ban on legal sports betting in the United States was first “Christie” and subsequently...
article Casino Workers in New Jersey Want Action Taken Against Investors of New York
(New Jersey) -- Earlier their week, the labor union representing casino employees of Atlantic City urged gaming regulators of New Jersey online gambling sites to take...
article NJ seizes thousands in winnings from underage, prohibited gamblers
(New Jersey) -- New Jersey regulators have seized more than $107,000 won by underage or otherwise prohibited gamblers at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. As part of the...
article Sports Leagues Again Protest NJ Horsemen’s $150M Lawsuit
(New Jersey) -- A May 2018 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court voided a 26-year-old federal law and opened the door for any state to offer Las Vegas-style sports betting.
article Won But Lost, New Jersey Regulators Seize $107,000
(New Jersey) -- Imagine what it feels like winning at a premium venue and not being able to take the trophy home. That could happen if you don’t comply with the...
article Casino expansion unlikely despite sports betting, internet gaming success
(New Jersey) -- The success of sports betting and internet gambling has not yet revived the idea of expanding casino gaming outside of Atlantic City. But, neither...
article Can Jersey online sports gambling surpass Nevada? March Madness may tell
(New Jersey) -- As New Jersey sportsbooks start their first March Madness, thousands of state-based bettors are expected to make deposits with a cashier at their casino...
article In the Meadowlands, a big sports venue meets the small screen
(New Jersey) -- The dirt track is empty and gray, like the sky. Rain blows in on the wind, stops, then starts again. The paddocks are empty, the horses gone. None of it...
21 Total Articles on this Issue

PASPA Decision

article Architect of PASPA fight: Share sports-betting data to keep games fair
(New Jersey) -- States with sports betting must share information about sizable wagers to guarantee the integrity of games, says a leader of the campaign to legalize...
article Christie says he was always confident New Jersey would win its six-year legal battle for sports betting
(New Jersey) -- Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a victory lap of sorts. As the keynote speaker Wednesday at the American Gaming Association’s Sports...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Ocean Resort Casino

article A haymaker for a new casino
(New Jersey) -- Just a year after its inception, the Professional Fighters League has already clinched a multi-year deal with ESPN. This August, fans will descend on...
1 Article on this Issue

Sports Betting

article How one sportsbook comes up with gambling odds for ‘Game of Thrones’
(New Jersey) -- When you think about popular events people like to gamble on, you typically think of March Madness, the Super Bowl, or presidential elections. These are...
article DraftKings looks to profit from legal NCAA Tournament bets
(New Jersey) -- Something is different about this year's NCAA men's college basketball tournament: It's perfectly ok to bet on the games. This is the first...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

State Recognition

article New Jersey finally recognizes its American Indian tribes | Quigley
(New Jersey) -- I’m so happy for the Indians. New Jersey finally recognized our American Indian tribes. But getting recognition was a long fight, and I’d...
article Ramapough Lenape and Powhatan Renape Nations of New Jersey have state recognition reaffirmed
(New Jersey) -- The Ramapough Lenape Nation and Powhatan Renape Nation had their state recognition reaffirmed March 18 by New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.
article 2 N.J. Native American tribes can sell crafts, but they can’t open casinos
(New Jersey) -- The Ramapough Lenape Native Americans got a little help from the feds with their ongoing lawsuit against Mahwah Township -- and they and another tribe...
article New Jersey Officially Recognizes Ramapoughs, Powhatan As American Indian Tribes
(New Jersey) -- State officials announced Monday that they are officially recognizing the Ramapough Mountain Indians as an American Indian tribe since 1980.
article Ramapough, Powhatan Tribes Granted State Recognition After Promising Not to Open Casinos
(New Jersey) -- New Jersey has entered agreements affirming its recognition of two American Indian tribes whose official status was called into question over concerns...
5 Total Articles on this Issue

Connecticut Gaming

article Lessons for CT from a big sports day in a legal-betting state
(New Jersey) -- Ten minutes before the tip off, Michael Brandon walked up to a row of FanDuel bookmakers to lay $60 on Gonzaga covering the five-point spread against...
1 Article on this Issue

Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency

article Rutgers study suggests link between trade of cryptocurrency, problem gambling
(New Jersey) -- A recent study from the Center for Gambling Studies (CGS) revealed a strong link between crypto trading and gambling problems. The study was published by...
1 Article on this Issue

N.J. Sports Betting

article New Jersey Gaming Regulators Seize $107K From Prohibited Players at Borgata, Issue Numerous Fines
(New Jersey) -- New Jersey gaming regulators have confiscated more than $107,000 in casino winnings that were won by prohibited players at the Borgata in Atlantic City.
article Nearly $2 Billion Wagered On Sports In New Jersey In Nine Months
(New Jersey) -- Nearly $2 billion has been wagered on sporting events in New Jersey in the nine months since such betting became legal last year. New Jersey gamblers...
article Can NJ online sports gambling surpass Nevada? March Madness may tell
(New Jersey) -- As New Jersey sportsbooks start their first March Madness, thousands of state-based bettors are expected to make deposits with a cashier at their casino...
3 Total Articles on this Issue


article Eldorado And Caesars Are Courting, But Is It A Match Made In Heaven?
(New Jersey) -- Caesars Entertainment has been looking for a deal. The problem is it doesn’t want just any deal. That is why it is interesting to learn that...
1 Article on this Issue

Mobile Gaming

article RUDDOCK: Is Mobile Sports Betting Legalization Better Done Correctly Than Quickly?
(New Jersey) -- Sports betting fever is sweeping the nation. The year 2019 has seen legislative efforts in no less than 30 states, but an assortment of sticking points...
1 Article on this Issue

Phil Ivey

article Ivey Filing Asks: Why Can’t The Player Flip The Odds Against The Casino?
(New Jersey) -- The epic five-year-old Borgata v Ivey lawsuit, over Phil Ivey’s winnings of almost $10 million on mini-baccarat in four visits to the Atlantic City...
1 Article on this Issue

Other News

article #bosamerica book signing for former New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak
(New Jersey) -- Former New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak will be speaking at next week’s Betting on Sports America (23-25 April) and holding a book signing...
article Tribes emerge over sports betting
(New Jersey) -- Native American tribes have emerged as key players in the legislative debates over whether states need to legalize sports betting, with some opposing the...
article Sue Schneider joins SBC as Community Director
(New Jersey) -- Industry veteran Sue Schneider is to join SBC (Sports Betting Community) in a permanent capacity as Community Director as the organization continues to...
article 40 Under 40: Cathy Vongnaraj, Director of Marketing, Tuscany Suites and Casino
(New Jersey) -- Cathy Vongnaraj is a self-described South Jersey girl who’s been immersed in the gaming industry since childhood. “My parents were first-...
article Too late to save old Casino in the Park, but there may be a new one
(New Jersey) -- The place used to be filled with glowing brides, harried event organizers and bellowing politicians. But now the only occupants are squirrels, mice and...
article A $267 million winning Mega Millions ticket was sold in New Jersey
(New Jersey) -- Someone who bought a Mega Millions ticket in New Jersey won a massive jackpot. The lottery announced Saturday that a $267 million winning ticket was sold...
article Wendy Red Star’s New Exhibition Is Part Historical Corrective, Part Ghost Story
(New Jersey) -- The centerpiece of Wendy Red Star’s exhibition at New Jersey’s Newark Museum, “Wendy Red Star: A Scratch on the Earth,” is a sweat lodge. It’s not a...
article Will Trump Policy Change Put a Crimp in New Jersey’s Online Gambling Industry?
(New Jersey) -- Murphy administration, lawmakers vow to protect state’s lucrative online-wagering sector. Attorney General Grewal weighs in with forceful letter of...
article CG Grabs Final Online NJ Sports Betting License At Meadowlands Racetrack
(New Jersey) -- Meadowlands Racetrack struck a deal with an embattled Nevada operator for its third and final online NJ sports betting license. CG Technology will...
article Newark Museum's Revitalized Galleries Spotlight American Modern and Contemporary Artists from Georgia O'Keeffe to Matthew Brandt
(New Jersey) -- The Newark Museum will reopen its re-envisioned permanent galleries of modern and contemporary American art on March 9. The culmination of a two-year...
article NJ Hotel Builder Can't Beat Suit Over Subpar Public Notice (sub req)
(New Jersey) -- A New Jersey appeals court on Tuesday partly reversed a trial court ruling that favored a developer’s Lakewood Township hotel project, saying a...
article Money from illegal gambling and alcohol sales seized in late night Paterson raid
(New Jersey) -- A raid of five businesses along Grand Street in Paterson on Friday night resulted in two arrests and the seizure of nearly $5,000 in proceeds from...
article NJ racing: Taxpayer-funded $100 million purse subsidy set for approval
(New Jersey) -- While raising of the minimum wage to $15 has dominated the debate during the current legislative session in Trenton, the New Jersey Assembly is expected...
article Eilers & Krejcik confirmed as Supporting Partner for Betting on Sports America
(New Jersey) -- Eilers & Krejcik, a boutique research firm focused on servicing the gaming equipment, sports, and interactive gaming sectors within the global gaming...
article Mazzeo, Armato & Land Introduce Resolution Urging Opposition to Federally Regulated Sports Betting
(New Jersey) -- Aiming to protect and ensure the success of New Jersey’s new regulated sports betting industry, Assemblymen Vincent Mazzeo, John Armato and Bruce Land...
article 2018: The year in gaming
(New Jersey) -- Legalized sports betting, the opening of two casinos, the 40th anniversary of another, an expansion in entertainment options for visitors, and some jaw-...
article That was the week that was in US sports betting
(New Jersey) -- The inaugural DraftKings Sports Betting National Championship begins on Friday in New Jersey with a $1 million top prize and $2.5 million guaranteed,...
article New Yorker nabbed at Atlantic City casino after buying $52K Rolex with phony check: police
(New Jersey) -- A New York man allegedly used a phony check to get his hands on an expensive watch then went gambling in Atlantic City where he was eventually arrested.
article John Hopkins Study Reveals How Gamblers Make Risky Decisions
(New Jersey) -- According to a new study from John Hopkins University, gamblers are more likely to take risks and place big bets after winning several times. This is...
article OP/ED: I sponsored the bill to legalize cannabis. Let’s use what we learned from legalizing casinos.
(New Jersey) -- Legalization of marijuana is just around the corner. The impact of legalization will be felt in all corners of the state and it is up to us to ensure the...

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