ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The legal U.S. sports betting market continues to grow by the day, with separate deals announced Tuesday involving New Jersey, West Virginia and a national NBA partnership. A Canadian company said it will enter New Jersey’s sports betting market as an affiliate of Monmouth Park Racetrack. Toronto-based theScore said Tuesday it will begin offering an online and mobile sports book in mid-2019, pending approval by state regulators. The company offers digital sports experiences through its web, social and esports platforms. “Sports betting has long been part of our company DNA in how we’ve delivered content to fans,” said John Levy, the company’s founder and CEO. “Providing the ability to actually bet on games is the natural next phase for theScore.” The move is a boost for Monmouth, which will face new nearby competition in New Jersey next year when Freehold Raceway begins offering sports betting. Freehold is located in the same county near the Jersey shore, less than 17 miles (27 kilometers) away and will undoubtedly attract some of the same customers now patronizing Monmouth Park. New Jersey’s sports betting market is growing rapidly, with $928 million worth of bets having been taken by the state’s… Read full this story
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