Another Broken Betting Record

    • The “other” category led bets, totaling $208.3 million, likely because of the Stanley Cup Final.
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New Jersey bettors wagered $748.6 million in September, 12.1% higher than August and up 68% year-over-year. This marks the second straight month the Garden State has set an all-time record.

August was a perfect storm for betting with multiple sports resuming action, while September added in the juggernaut that is the NFL. The “other” category led bets, totaling $208.3 million — likely because of the Stanley Cup Final. Football made up 21.6% of total bets.

Sports Betting Headlines: 

  • Turner has partnered with FanDuel to be its exclusive sportsbook partner for NBA programming, while the network also partnered with DraftKings to be its exclusive sportsbook for all other sports programming.
  • Sports betting social media platform BetSperts has raised more than $1 million, its second seven-figure fundraising round this year.
  • William Hill provided a first look at its permanent sportsbook space at Washington D.C.’s Capital One Arena.
  • Four-time Olympian and Sports Innovation Lab CEO Angela Ruggiero was named to theScore’s Board of Directors.