DraftKings Seeking Casino Partners For Sports Betting In New JerseyDraftKings says it has contacted potential casino partners in New Jersey with an eye to offering sports betting if the U.S. Supreme Court legalizes it.
18 States May Introduce Sports Betting Bills In 2018A new report predicts 18 states will introduce bills to regulate sports betting this year, with 11 having a good chance of passing one.
Supreme Court Takes Up New Jersey Sports Betting CaseA win for the Garden State could expand sports betting, which is only legal in four states, to a dozen more, including Pennsylvania.
Atlantic City Casino Launches Daily Fantasy SportsThe worlds of fantasy sports and casino gambling have collided in a new venture by Resorts Casino.
SCOTUS To Take Up Bid To Legalize Sports Bets In NJThe state has been trying for years to find a way around federal law that bars sports betting in all but four states, including Delaware.
New Jersey Makes Case To Supreme Court On Sports BettingThe state argued in briefs this week that the federal government is barred from forcing states to repeal or reinstate their own laws.
A New Approach To Legalizing Sports Betting In NJ?A bill introduced in the state legislature could present a new wrinkle for the federal courts to consider.
Pa. Lawmakers Eye Fantasy Sports Betting SitesA key legislator on gaming issues says he’s not looking to ban fantasy sports betting sites in Pennsylvania, but he wants to make sure that players are protected.
Federal Courts To Reconsider NJ's Bid For Sports BettingThe federal courts have done a reversal of sorts and will now reconsider New Jersey's bid to allow sports betting at casinos and racetracks.
Appeal Filed In New Jersey Sports Betting CaseA motion has been filed in a federal appeals court that seeks a rehearing of last month's ruling rejecting New Jersey's sports betting law.
Federal Ban On Sports Betting Upheld By Appeals PanelNew Jersey officials say their luck has not run out in the push to legally offer sports betting.
Federal Appeals Panel Takes On New Jersey Sports BettingOn one side is the state, seeing a loophole in recent opinions from the Third Circuit that would pave the way for sports books as long as officials, in effect, stayed out of it.