New Jersey Will Soon Beat Nevada For Sports Betting

Darren Heitner

Darren Heitner is the creator of The Sports Biz. He is the owner of the South, Florida-based HEITNER LEGAL, P.L.L.C., which is a law firm that focuses on transactional, intellectual property and litigation work with a heavy emphasis on sports and entertainment issues. He is also the founder of Sports Agent Blog and an author of 2 books published by the American Bar Association -- How to Play the Game: What Every Sports Attorney Needs to Know (1st and 2nd Editions). Heitner contributed to Forbes and Inc. for many years.

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  1. September 7, 2018

    […] becomes the sixth company to offer mobile sports betting in New Jersey, following DraftKings, MGM, SugarHouse, FanDuel and William […]

  2. September 11, 2018

    […] and five states currently have full-fledged sports betting within their borders. Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia each has its own sports betting laws and regulations, but one thing […]

  3. September 27, 2018

    […] preferable as compared to the state-by-state legalization efforts underway, with Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia currently offering a range of sports betting […]

  4. October 15, 2018

    […] states in the United States that are offering full-fledged sports betting — Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia — with New Jersey taking in $24 million in taxable revenue in […]

  5. December 12, 2018

    […] sports betting in New Jersey become bigger than Nevada? One research firm says it could happen by 2021. Nevada sportsbooks had a handle of $528.2 million […]

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