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GVC, Seton Hall Law launch responsible gaming foundation

Sports-betting and gaming group GVC Holdings introduced on Oct. 8 the US Foundation for responsible gaming, corporate compliance and sports integrity in collaboration with Seton Hall Law School. The two institutions are also starting a gaming, integrity, and compliance educational program in partnership with the National Council on Problem Gambling to help military veterans to ...

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Jake Reynolds, president, New Jersey Devils. - NJ DEVILS

On a roll at The Rock

In the last six months, officials expanded the team’s content staff from two to 11 people in an effort to create more on social media for fans. In the three months since the NHL draft, they’ve exceeded every content media metric the organization had previously set, becoming fourth in the league in Twitter interactions and third in Instagram interactions. And newly appointed President Jake Reynolds said that improvement has already translated into business gains for the team.

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Gov. Phil Murphy highlights N.J.'s Film and Digital Media Tax Credit on Oct. 5, 2018, in Cresskill.

A star is reborn

New Jersey is attractive to productions companies because, “[w]e’re close to New York City, but our rents are more competitive,” said Nick Shears, director of leasing and marketing at Hugo Neu Realty Management LLC. “The tax credits are also a huge incentive."

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Somerset Patriots owner Steve Kalafer at TD Bank ballpark. - AARON HOUSTON

Fields of dreams – or nightmares?

Setting up a sports team can be expensive, so some municipalities have chipped in to build a stadium for a local club. New Jersey has a mixed record in this regard, since at least three minor-league baseball clubs — the Camden Riversharks, the Newark Bears, and the Atlantic City Surf —struck out after blowing through tens of millions of taxpayer dollars. But some other teams haven’t.

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