This Week in Gaming

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Super Bowl Betting – Where to Bet In New Jersey

With sports betting out in the open, the volume of wagering reached some impressive heights last year. Since the Super Bowl LIII is approaching, here is a handy guide for people in and around New Jersey to help them find the best options for NJ betting on the game. The NFL‘s championship game, the Super Bowl, is the biggest day of the year for sports betting. Even in previous years, no other event draws the level of action the “big game” enjoys.

-Play USA

What Will Brexit Mean For Online Gambling?

Brexit is looming, and regardless of the outcome, there is no arguing it is going to change the British business landscape dramatically. Seeing that betting and gambling is one of the UK’s biggest industries, there’s a lot of speculation around what will happen to the online gaming industry when the United Kingdom eventually leaves the European Union.

-The London Economic

Women Are Leading the Way in US-Gambling Growth

In the past, gambling has been a game for men. In fact, many women were barred from gambling establishments for decades in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. While women began to infiltrate the industry in the 19th century, it was an industry dominated by men. However, times have changed, and increasingly, women are making moves into the gambling industry. Not only are women moving into the gambling industry leadership positions, but women are also governing regulatory agencies as well.

-US Online Casino

Shortlist revealed for Global Gaming Awards London 2019

With the Global Gaming Awards London 2019 now less than two weeks away, the full Shortlist is available to view. The list of nominees can be seen for all 16 categories, with the published Shortlist coming at the end of an extensive process, following a period of self-nomination and recommendations from the nomination panel and Gambling Insider editorial team.

-Gambling Insider

Global Gaming Crowned Operator of the Year at EGR Nordics Awards

Global Gaming’s fast-growing reputation in the online gaming industry has been further cemented after being crowned Operator of the Year at the 2019 EGR Nordics Awards. The EGR Nordics Awards recognise successful and innovative online gaming companies operating in the Nordic region. The winners were announced at a prestigious ceremony held at the Corinthia Hotel, St. George’s Bay, Malta.

-Calvin Ayre