The Online Poker Site is Celebrating the Holidays in a Big Way
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and PokerStars is celebrating the holiday season by offering a new Stars Rewards program to online casino poker players in New Jersey. PokerStars, one of the world’s leading online poker sites, is launching the new program as a way to reward players with real money across all the company’s products.
In total, PokerStars will be giving away $250,000 this holiday season through random Chests that contain $1,000 cash prizes. The promotion started early this season on November 7 and will continue to run until at least all of the rewards have been distributed.
The Stars Rewards program is new in New Jersey, but it was rolled out in other parts of the world last spring. In fact, New Jersey was the last market in which PokerStars decided to roll out its Stars Rewards program. The Stars Rewards program has gotten great feedback in the other markets that it has been rolled out to, first in Denmark and then in Italy.
If the rumors are true, SuperBook and SuperContest could be coming to New Jersey.
The SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas is the largest sportsbook in the world. It features a huge 350-seat capacity area and a 220-foot by 18-foot video wall, making it an attraction for any sports bettor visiting Las Vegas.
What the SuperBook might be best known for is its SuperContest, a season-long NFL betting contest that seeks to prove who the best bettor on NFL games is. The contest costs $1,500 to enter, and each contestant must pick five games against the spread during each week of the NFL season.
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Did you love watching Howie Mandel and his team of beautiful women opening cases each week on NBC’s “Deal or No Deal?” After running for four seasons from 2005 to 2009, the beloved game show is making a return to television on CNBC for a revival set to premiere in the U.S. on December 5.
Gaming Information Group
Once Hard Rock’s sportsbook is approved, it’ll roll out offerings through GIG.
In the month of October, the Hard Rock Atlantic City submitted its petition to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to open a sportsbook in its casino. Now, a week later, it was announced that the sportsbook will be operated by Gaming Information Group, better known as GiG.
GiG’s operations of Hard Rock’s sportsbook was to be expected, as the company was already operating Hard Rock’s online casino. This newly announced agreement will allow GIG to offer New Jersey sports betting through its mobile wagering options and also on site at the Hard Rock casino.
Sports Gambling Broadcaster VSiN move to New Jersey
The Musburgers’ media group opens Atlantic City studio to capitalize on New Jersey’s sports betting market
The legal New Jersey sports betting market is having an effect on not only casinos and racetracks in the state. Others are taking notice, too.
That was evident not long ago when the Vegas Stats & Information Network announced it would be expanding from its Las Vegas headquarters to the East Coast to capitalize on New Jersey’s sportsbook footprint. The media group has its own website and app where it broadcasts daily radio shows, and it is also carried on SiriusXM Radio. The network will now have a broadcast studio inside the sportsbook at the Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City. It’s hub in Las Vegas is located in the sportsbook of the South Point.
New Jersey was the leader in the fight toward the overturn of PASPA and as a result the legalization of sports gambling. The state has often touted the potential power of sports betting in New Jersey, and the latest facts and figures are helping to back up those claims.
Just last week, David Rebuck, the head of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, reported impressive numbers on the take for sportsbooks in New Jersey. The Gaming Enforcement’s report was released on October 12 and showed that, in total, NJ sportsbooks accepted wagers that totaled $184 million in the month of September, a significant increase over the $95 million in total wagers at NJ sportsbooks in August.
SugarHouse Sportsbook Moves From Golden Nugget In Atlantic City So It Can Accept Sports Wagers On The NBA
Sports betting in the state may still be in its infancy, but some major moves and shifts are already occurring in the New Jersey sportsbook landscape.
Last week, Rush Street Interactive altered its sports betting license from the Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City to Monmouth Park. The parent company of SugarHouse is moving its sportsbook operations to Monmouth Park so that it can offer wagers on the NBA, according to an EGR story.
Tropicana & Hard Rock Turn Towards Sportsbook
The Garden State could be seeing yet another expansion in the New Jersey sportsbook scene.
According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, the Tropicana Atlantic City and Hard Rock Atlantic City casinos have submitted petitions to open sports betting operations. Tropicana submitted its petition on October 3, while the Hard Rock – through its parent company Boardwalk 1000, LLC – submitted its petition on October 9.
Australian company PointsBet to begin offering mobile sports betting in NJ
New Jersey is getting a little push from “down under” in the online casino sports betting market. That’s due to the recent news from Australian online bookmaker PointsBet, which announced on October 8 that it will offer sports betting in New Jersey through its online mobile app.
PointsBet will partner with the Meadowlands Racetrack in northern New Jersey to offering the NJ online casino that will accept sports wagering. That is part of the deal in the New Jersey sports betting landscape, as each mobile app is required to have a land-based affiliate if it wants to offering sports wagers to customers.
New Jersey Gaming Enthusiasts Diagnosed with Online Gambling Fever – No Cure Needed!
New Jersey Gambling Revenue
Studies show that New Jersey’s online gambling revenue for August 2018 exceeded $24 million. Yes, that is over 24 million U.S. dollars in revenue in just one month. Legal online casino fever has hit New Jersey in a big way; NJ bookies and online gaming enthusiasts couldn’t be happier. This is before NJ online sportsbook starts to become big!
Some of the best NJ online casinos are fuelling this frenzy. From Caesars, Harrahs, and the Golden Nugget to the Tropicana, Ocean Resort, and the Hard Rock AC, real money casinos are offering NJ online casino gamblers the thrills and excitement they seek.