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NJ Sports Bettors Screwed for Now, Kentucky Derby Updates Covid Protocols

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Aug/12/2020

Soccer bets at FanDuel Sportsbook remain unpaid in New Jersey and Indiana since Mid-July as gaming regulators conduct an investigation. 


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Soccer Bets, Unpaid, Under Review in New Jersey, Indiana - The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has been reviewing the matter. The dispute is centered on the odds FanDuel offered and whether the prices posted were the result of an error by the bookmaker.

Beginning around July 12 and lasting until July 15, bettors in Indiana and New Jersey targeted games in MLS, the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A. In total, tens of thousands of dollars were wagered on the games over four days with a potential payout of more than $200,000. Almost all the bets were won, but bettors told ESPN on Monday that they had not been paid or refunded the amounts they wagered.

While most bets were placed online, at least two were placed at the FanDuel sportsbook counter in the Meadowlands.

When approached by David Purdum of ESPN, a FanDuel spokesperson commented: "We are unable to comment while the DGE is investigating the issue".

Churchill Downs Updates Kentucky Derby Covid-19 Protocol - Churchill Downs Racetrack officials today released a detailed 62-page health and safety operations plan that will limit attendance to the 146th running of the $3 million Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve on Saturday, Sept. 5 to less than 14% of total capacity from the 2015 attendance record.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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