New Jersey Sports betting regulation news

New Jersey became the very first to State to accept sports betting wagering. So far this is the most competitive market with more than five active bookmakers. On top of that there are plenty of land based bookies and many more options for entertaining. So far there are no restricted markets and leagues so you can bet on almost everything you want to.

Since New Jersey sports betting is by far the most dynamically changing location. We have quite a lot news for you. Keep an eye here since we are going to announce many new bookies and changes.

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2 new sportsbooks applied for license in NJ

10/18/2018 – Confirmed

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) made documents public and showed that both of the Hard Rock and Tropicana Entertainment applied for license allowing them to provide sports betting to their guests. A well-known fact is that, Hard Rock are working with GIC over the sports betting solution. On the other hand, Tropicana Entertainment will colaborate together with the giant William Hill in US.

Kambi brings NBA betting to the next level

10/15/2018 – Confirmed

Kambi already made its name in New Jersey as main sportsbook provider of DraftKings and SugerHouse. They are now the only bookmakers to provide the extended NBA betting including: Special bets for every player and exclusive bets such as will it be 2 points or 3 points the next shoot.

GiG and Hard Rock are about to launch the mobile sportsbook by the end of the year

08/29/2018 – update

GIG and Hard Rock collaborated in the past, when they launched together the online Casino platform in US. Now GIG are working hard to get the sports betting platform live as well. From our experience GIG sportsbook is used in Europe and to be honest is far away as quality from the other existing competitors in NJ.