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New Jersey college football to feature legal betting

State lawmakers are moving forward with a bill to bring sports betting to college football

Phil MurphyAfter three years of legalized sports betting in New Jersey, lawmakers have announced taking steps to lift the remaining ban of the practice in college football. Both the betting on college teams from New Jersey as well as betting on teams visiting the state is prohibited so far, leaving a major betting sector unreaped.

Sports betting was first introduced to New Jersey via a bill signed by Governor Phil Murphy in June 2018. The current bill expanding the practice will be open to a public vote, as lawmakers state the approval of the residents to be a vital condition to pass the law.

If the bill passes the full Assembly, Governor Murphy will sign the expansion. The sports betting industry has largely grown during the pandemic, generating a multi-billion Dollar revenue.

About Malta Week:

For the first time ever SiGMA Group is bringing its 4 leading shows together for the mother of all conferences. From the 16th to 18th November, SiGMA, alongside AGS and AIBC will bring the best in the business to a first-class meeting point at the Malta Fairs and Convention Centre (MFCC).

The week will also play host to the second edition of Med-Tech World, a digital health conference which will be held at the Hilton, Malta.

Malta Week is a chance for investors to leverage the significant crossover potential for multi-faceted business deals and to double down on opportunities to connect with some of the leading affiliates, policy makers, thought leaders, suppliers, and operators in the industry.

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