..

Borgata President Dismisses Early Online Gambling Results in New Jersey (Video)

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Jan/16/2014
Borgata President Dismisses Early Online Gambling Results in New Jersey (Video)

Atlantic City casinos reported online revenue of $8.4 million this week for the first two months of legalized Web gambling in the Garden State. 

With New Jersey forecasting revenue of $1.2 billion, many pundits found the early numbers disappointing.

Tom Ballance, Borgata president & COO, broke down the online gambling numbers and explained what obstacles online gaming has faced so far.

His company has fared the best of the half dozen companies offering real money online gambling.  In fact, Borgata and its PartyPoker partnership have captured half the Internet gambling market so far.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

Gambling News

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens Betting Pick

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens Betting Pick

Week 14 of the NFL season is filled with some terrific matchups, but perhaps none bigger than the AFC showdown taking place in Baltimore.

Gambling and Sports Betting News Wire - December 6, 2019: RI Sports Betting Suit Can Move Forward Due to Lost Pats Bet

Here are today's headlines in the world of gambling and sports betting as they happen - Friday December 6, 2019.

Alleged Gambino Bragged of Ability to Violently Collect Gambling Debts

12 alleged Gambino Crime family members face charges of racketeering conspiracy, bribery, loansharking, fraud, obstruction of justice.  One individual is accused of recovering tens of thousands of dollars of a gambling debt on behalf of an Albanian organized crime figure.

Hawaiian Gardens Casino Fined $6M for Misleading Regulators

Hawaiian Gardens Casino Fined $6M for Misleading Regulators

California’s second-largest card room is paying state and federal regulators nearly $6 million for misleading gambling regulators and failing to do enough to deter money laundering, the state’s attorney general said Thursday.

Is MyBookie Legal in Alabama

Though MyBookie.ag is not licensed in the state of Alabama, there is nothing that makes placing a bet here explicitly illegal. 

Syndicate