New Jersey doesn’t allow its sports books to accept wagers on games involving Rutgers, Seton Hall, Princeton or any of the state’s other colleges or universities. The ban hasn’t curtailed legal sports betting. In October, New Jersey sportsbooks took in a record $487.9 million in wagers, eclipsing September’s previous record by 9.5%. California Indian tribes backing a statewide ballot referendum that would legalize sports betting have similar language inserted into the measure, which they hope to place in front of voters next year.
Read more: Howard Stutz, CDC Gaming Reports