NFL Betting Lines In Season Of COVID-19 Are Moving TargetsGamblers seem to be waiting longer than ever to place their bets as they wait till the last possible moment to see who's playing and who isn't.
New Jersey Sets US Sports Betting Record For 3rd Month At $803 MillionAtlantic City’s casinos and the three horse tracks that offer sports betting collectively took in $803,096,172 in October.
Philadelphia Is The 'Epicenter For Sports Betting In The United States' With Investors Betting Big On FutureAn investor is placing his bet on Philadelphia and a new kind of sports gambling experience.
15% Of American Adults Will Bet On NFL In 2019 Season, Survey SaysAccording to a new survey, 15 percent of the American adult population will wager on NFL games this season.
SugarHouse Casino Becomes First Outlet To Offer Online Sports Betting In PennsylvaniaOnline sports betting is coming to Pennsylvania.
New Jersey Approves $20 Million Subsidy For Horse Racing IndustryNew Jersey is back in the horse racing business.
New Jersey Casinos Lose $4.6 Million On $34.9 Million In Super Bowl BetsNew Jersey gambling regulators say its sportsbooks lost $4.6 million on $34.9 million in Super Bowl wagers, the first major sporting event for bettors since sports gambling was legalized in the state last year.
Sports Betting In Pennsylvania Hits $16 Million In First Full MonthIn the first full month of sports betting, Pennsylvania saw gamblers wager just over $16 million at three casinos. 
Caesars Entertainment Becomes First NFL Casino SponsorThe NFL has announced a partnership with Las Vegas based casino Caesar's Palace, the first such sponsorship in league history.
For The First Time Ever, You Can Now Legally Bet On Sports In PhiladelphiaToday is the day sports fans and gamblers have been waiting months for.
Wagerers Crossing The Delaware (And Hudson) For Sports BetsSports betting is all over the New York area — on the airwaves, billboards, train station ads and publications. But in order to actually place a legal sports bet, gamblers have to be within New Jersey's borders. It's the only game in, or rather near, town right now for people in New York and Pennsylvania who want to bet for the Philadelphia Eagles, against the New York Giants, or a thousand other options.