Surprise! Betting on sports is a full-time job for this N.J. man

June 18, 2018

Check out this great video from NJ.com about a New Jersey father who stays at home with his kids to play daily fantasy sports. Think he will make the jump over to sports betting now that it’s legal in his state? Would you? Check out this video first. Here’s more from the YouTube description: Benny Ricciardi of Weehawken earns a living writing about and betting on daily fantasy sports sites…

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A crash course on luring sports betting from the shadows – CT Mirror

Great article about how sports betting is finally coming out of the shadows, thanks to the recent Supreme Court decision that allows states to determine if they waynt to allow sports betting. Here’s more from the article: “It’s a massive opportunity,” said Andrew Gaughan, the chief executive officer of Sportech, a U.K. gambling concern that sees its future in the U.S., where it owns rights to off-track betting in Connecticut…

June 18, 2018
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America’s Most Decorated States – Find the Safest Bets for Sporting Wins

January 25, 2018

Each US state takes great pride in its teams, whether it’s baseball, basketball, football or hockey. How does your region compares to the rest of the USA’s most successful states? If you hail from a state known for competing in the ‘Big Four’ leagues of Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, National Hockey League and National Football League, you’ll be well versed with your team’s history. PlayUSA have studied…

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Supreme Court To Hear Sports Betting Case Dec. 4: Nation’s Highest Court Could Overturn PASPA

October 9, 2017

Is the sports betting world about to get turned on its head?  Could wagering on sports become legal in more states? Here’s more from CardPlayer.com: One of the most pivotal legal battles in the gaming industry’s history will ratchet up a level when it’s heard before the U.S. Supreme Court on Dec. 4. That’s per a report from NorthJersey.com. The Supreme Court said this summer that it would take up…

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