New Jersey gaming regulator mea culpa for FanDuel sports bet glitch

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U.S.—New Jersey's head gaming regulator on Tuesday took responsibility for a sports betting glitch that cost FanDuel Group $82,000 on a wager, saying that new internal company controls have been put in place to prevent similar future problems.

New Jersey sports betting activity nearly doubles in September. Sports betting activity in New Jersey nearly doubled in the month of September, growing to $183.9 million compared with $95.6 million the prior month, on a wave of new internet wagers and the start of football season, according to figures released on Friday.