The New Jersey Sportbook Scene

A pioneer of sports betting in the United States, New Jersey quickly moved to legalize sports betting after the repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA) on the 14th of May 2018. As physical sportsbooks quickly became established, and the first sports bet lodged by Mayor Phil Murphy in June at Monmouth Park, the presence of online sportsbooks in the area was quickly expedited by the players in the industry. First came DraftKings at the start of the August, and seven more followed in the immediate months afterwards, with Australian bookmaker PointsBet launching on the 17th of January in 2019 to make nine in New Jersey. There are giants of the industry in play, such as Paddy Power Betfair who are backing FanDuel, and William Hill who also have a presence in Nevada. More products and platforms are rolling out across the board, and a promising start to New Jersey sports betting in 2018 will likely be topped by enormous growth in 2019.

Updated 1st February
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Featured Sportsbooks in New Jersey

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    • Easy to use Interface
    • Generous
    • Wide veriety of Markets
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    • Working with a big, experienced brand in the industry
    • Clean, easy to use interface
    • Good number of markets in the sports it covers
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    • Well-functioning interface
    • Syncs it’s online casino and sportsbook
    • Extensive market list
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    • Generous
    • Large depth of markets
    • Powered by Kambi, a well known platform
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    • Huge
    • Innovative features
    • Integrated platform with casino & sportsbook
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    • Experienced sportsbook
    • Clean, easy to use interface
    • iOS and Android compatible
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    • Shared wallet and integrated casino & sports
    • Easy to use interface with desktop, iOS and Android available
    • Good range of deposit and withdrawal options
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    • Good range of deposit and withdrawal options
    • Backed by big companies with a strong reputation
    • iOS and Android app available

New Jersey Sportbooks Timeline

14 November 2018

DraftKings retail sportsbook

DraftKings announces that they are set to open a retail sportsbook at Resorts Casino in AC.

Poker giant adds to a growing list

The Stars Group become the eighth mobile platform with BetStars - already operating in several jurisdictions abroad. It shares a license under Resorts AC with DraftKings.

13 September 2018
10 September 2018

888 Sportsbook

London listed 888 Holdings moves into New Jersey with 888Sport - the seventh app to enter the market.

Caesars goes online

Caesars launches an online platform just hours before the NFL season begins.

6 September 2018
1 September 2018

Two more follow

DFS giant FanDuel and big global brand William Hill launch on the same day, bringing the total sportsbooks to five a month after DraftKings launched.

SugarHouse makes three

SugarHouse becomes the third online app in New Jersey just a day after playMGM launches.

23 August 2018
1 September 2018

playMGM joins the party

Borgata Casino unveils their first online sportsbook through playMGM, becoming the second in New Jersey.

DraftKings Sportsbook Launches

DraftKings becomes the first mobile platform to launch, it holds a monopoly on the NJ market for three weeks.

1 August 2018
July 2018

Momentum continues in July

FanDuel opens a sportsbook at Meadowlands racetrack, whilst Caesars Partners up with Scientific Games, opening up two brick-and-mortar casinos.

The first sportsbooks open

Monmouth Park, Borgata Casino and Ocean Resort all open sportsbooks in June, just weeks after PASPA is repealed.

June 2018

The Supreme Court strikes down the federal law that prohibited sports gambling on the 14th of May, 2018