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Judge Michael Shipp, a U.S. District Judge, ruled in favor of the NCAA and four professional sports leagues on Friday and issued a permanent injunction preventing New Jersey racetracks and casinos from offering sports betting, which he claims violates the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992.
The Judge’s decision was released shortly before a temporary restraining order that prevented the state’s thoroughbred track Monmouth Park from operating its sports book was scheduled to expire.
The state of New Jersey has been battling for two years with the NCAA, NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB as it is of the belief that sports betting can be instrumental in reviving its struggling casino and horse racing industries.
State Senator Raymond has revealed that New Jersey will be filing an appeal within the next few days.
According to a statement by State Senate President Steve Sweeney, they continue to believe that New Jersey has the right to allow sports betting in the state and they will continue with the fight in court. He added that they are going to continue pursuing every legal option available as the economic impact that sports wagering can have on New Jersey is far too important to merely shrug their shoulders and move on.
Dennis Drazin, the advisor to Darby Development LLC, the operators of Monmouth Park Racecourse, revealed that they were obviously disappointed but not very surprised. He added that they will once again return to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and request that they order strict adherence to their 2013 decision, which established the roadmap for New Jersey to begin offering sports wagering.
Amaya Gaming has revealed that it intends turning PokerStars from the biggest online poker site in the world into an all-round online gaming hub with the launch of sports betting and casino games.
The gambling giant announced on Friday that PokerStars will begin by adding new table games that include blackjack and roulette on a market-by-market basis before the end of this month and that it is anticipated that this will be complete by the end of this year when it will reach almost half PokerStars’ current player base.
Immediately thereafter PokerStars will concentrate on launching other popular casino games as well as a sports betting product, which is due to become available to players at PokerStars some time during next year. The company is also hoping to increase its revenues coming from mobile players during 2015 with the launch of a full-featured casino on both mobile and the web.
According to Eric Hollreiser, the Head of Corporate Communications for PokerStars, they will be taking the same principles, practices and integrity that made PokerStars such a successful and beloved brand and applying them to new verticals. He added that these new products will also support the development of poker and grow the overall business.
Hollreiser also said that they do not foresee the games having a deleterious effect on the poker ecosystem as their poker platforms shows increases in net player deposits to date since the addition of casino games and a negligible impact on poker spend.
PokerStars has revealed that 30 per cent of Full Tilt’s user base plays casino games every month with 50 percent of its players saying that the site is the only online casino at which they play.