New Jersey has become a leader in US sports betting since the repeal of the federal ban. Bettors can choose from several legal, licensed and trusted online sportsbooks and apps to bet on virtually anything. Read on to find out all there is to know about online sports betting in New Jersey.
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Sports betting is legal in New Jersey through a variety of means. The only state with fully legal on-line and in-person sports betting, poker and casino games, New Jersey is the most well-rounded gambling market in the United States. One of the leading innovators of new gaming options, New Jersey expects to continue its place atop the pantheon of gaming states.
There are a growing number of options for online sports betting in New Jersey. Leading gaming companies have optimized a variety of mobile-facing options that allow easy access to nearly every type of sporting event available from any authorized bettor with an internet-enabled device anywhere in the state.
Here's a list of the current NJ sportsbooks available online:
Sign up couldn’t be easier. Players can download a free app or iPhone or Android with any of the aforementioned providers then create an account. Players must be at least 21 years old and most be within the New Jersey state lines in order to play.
New Jersey led the legal challenge to the federal ban on sports betting for the better part of a decade, finally winning vindication from the Supreme Court in May 2018 after years of legal appeals. After another month of conclusory reviews and regulatory checks, New Jersey took its first bet in June 2018, becoming just the third to do so, after Nevada and Delaware.