Sports Betting in New Jersey in 2015? SBR iGaming News video

In today’s Sportsbook Review iGaming news video update, host Natalie covers the latest items from the sportsbook newswire including a statement from Pinnacle Sports (SBR rating A+) on new Australia facing website Pinnaclebet.com.au. Also covered is the recent sports betting interview with New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak.

Pinnacle Sports has released a statement concerning the new Australia facing sportsbook Pinnaclebet.com.au. While Pinnacle Sports has a partnership with the business and it shares the same core values, as well as look and feel of Pinnacle Sports, the company is an entirely separate entity. Read the entire Pinnacle Sports statement on Pinnaclebet.

Sports betting in New Jersey in 2015

New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak is betting on sports wagering in Atlantic City casinos by next year. Lesniak detailed the state's intention to proceed with its implementation of sportsbooks in the Garden State even without the US Supreme Court's approval. He likened the situation to the conflict between state and federal law over marijuana legalization and does not expect punishment from the US Justice Department.

SBR questioned Senator Lesniak on the lackluster performance thus far of online gambling in New Jersey. Lesniak minced no words when it came to the marketing divisions of Atlantic City casinos, describing their efforts thus far as amateurish at best. Lesniak believes that there will be no tepid start when it comes to sports betting and points to Nevada's success in that area. At the end of the day, New Jerseyans want to wager on sports too in a legal manner and Lesniak believes they will soon be able to.

Sportsbook Review will update as more news develop out of New Jersey concerning sports betting.

Watch the full State Senator Lesniak sports betting interview by SBR.

 
 

 


 

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