Caesars Entertainment Secures Sports Bet Deal!

All bets are on in Atlantic City! Once again, another casino jumps on the Sports betting bandwagon since Caesars Entertainment has secured a deal. This time, allowing two more local casinos to start taking sports bets.

Starting on Monday, August 6th, Bally’s in Atlantic City will start taking all those bets. And on Wednesday Harrah’s will also start. It’s a very exciting time in New Jersey! For many, this couldn’t have happened at a better time. The NFL will celebrate its opening day kickoff on September 6th, 2018 at 8:20 pm sharp. The Eagles will host the Falcons. So for all, you fan in Philadelphia make sure to be in AC by this time to cash in on your champions! The timing and location is a perfect bet! It’s only an hour ride to Atlantic City from Philadelphia. It can’t get any better than that! And for all New Yorkers, this includes you too since you can visit any of the 4 locations to place your bets!Caesars Entertainment Secures Sports Bet Deal!

Look out America! New Jersey is paving the way forward in the sports betting arena.

Recently, New Jersey celebrated a huge win in the Supreme Court. The victory will now allow all 50 states to start taking sports bets. And soon, Caesars Entertainment will allow online mobile sports betting. As of now, there is no official set date. Yet, New Jerseyans are watching with a close eye to see who will be the first casino to allow mobile sports betting. This is a major game changer in Gamblers Square, wherever that might be! It won’t matter because mobile sports betting is here to stay. And things will never be the same again. For the better of course! So salute New Jersey!

Jackpot Jersey! The numbers don’t lie.

Sports betting kicked off in Atlantic City not even a full two months ago. First starting at Borgata and Monmouth Park, followed by Ocean Resort the same month. In the first two weeks, the two casinos brought in a whopping total of $16 million! Also, the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford brought in an astonishing $3.5 million. Nobody can deny that sports betting hasn’t been profitable for New Jersey. Even if you’re not a punter, your state has spoken, and it hit the jackpot in the process so you’ll reap the benefits too!