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Meadowlands-FanDuel-sportsbook-exterior Granting that betting lines are fluid, two of the the biggest relative bargains at the FanDuel Sportsbook were — surprise! — the Giants and the Jets, their neighbors in the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Get 50/1 (for now) on the Giants at the FanDuel site vs. the 30/1 offered by William Hill at Monmouth Park. The Jets, only 75/1 at Monmouth Park, list at 200/1 at the Meadowlands. FanDuel offered better odds for 14 teams, including the Bears at 100/1 (not 75/1), the Lions at 67/1 (not 40/1), the Raiders at 40/1 (not 12/1), the 49ers at 25/1 (not 10/1), and the Rams at 14/1 (not 8/1).

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Sportsbook operators in Atlantic City casinos and New Jersey racetracks are poised to launch mobile sports betting phone apps. Once live, New Jersey will join Nevada as the only states offering legal mobile sports betting. DraftKings, a prominent daily fantasy operator entering the sports betting space, announced Wednesday that it is opening registration for its mobile sports betting app in New Jersey and will begin with an invite-only trial period. Participants in the trial will be able to bet, win and lose real money. DraftKings did not give a definitive length of the trial but said that it is the final step before receiving approval by New Jersey Division of Gaming to officially launch the sportsbook in the state. MGM CEO Jim Murren said Tuesday that the Borgata in Atlantic City will begin offering mobile wagering by the end of the week, but no official launch date has been set. Caesars Entertainment, which operates multiple Atlantic City casinos, has said it will implement a sports betting app "quickly." Caesars and MGM each offer mobile sports betting in Nevada. New Jersey sports betting apps will use geolocation to require that all mobile bets are placed from within state lines. While casinos and racetracks rushed to open their over-the-counter operations, DraftKings took a different approach -- focusing on its mobile betting product before setting up a retail space at partner Resorts Casino & Hotel in Atlantic City. "I think the opportunity for innovation is just massive (with mobile)," Jason Robins, CEO of DraftKings, told ESPN.

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