Is horse betting online legal in NJ?

Yes, in NJ both live and online horse betting is legal at authorized locations.

In New Jersey, you can bet on live on-track horse racing at four racetracks. Monmouth Park in Oceanport, The Meadowland in East Rutherford, Atlantic City Race Course next to the Hamilton Mall and Freehold Raceway in Freehold Central NJ.

The number of legalized online horse betting states changes regularly. Currently, 38 out of 50 US states has legal Online horse betting. The 12 States where horse betting online is not permitted includes AK, AZ, GA, HI, MO, MS, NE, NV, NC, SC, TX, UT, and Washington D.C.

TVG, BetAmerica, TwinSpires, DRFBets, NYRA Bets are some of the most trusted online horse betting sites and apps where you can legally bet on horse racing online. TVG offers online horse betting via its website and mobile app on iOS platform.

At BetAmerica, you can play and watch live races through browser and iOS app. TwinSpires is among the best horse betting apps in business also, the official betting partner of Kentucky Derby. Some app and websites like BetAmerica, NYRA Bets are available around the US and accepts bets from every state where horse betting online is legal.

If you want to watch live horse racing while placing horse race bet online, go for TVG, BetAmerica brands. To create an account, all online horse betting platforms require personal details like your name, address, phone number, birthday, last four digits of your SSN.

For deposits options like credit/debit card, check, wire transfer, PayPal, PayNearMe, Prepaid cards etc accepted. For withdrawing, most of the same methods can be used, once they have been used for a deposit.

Can I bet on sports in Atlantic City?

Yes, you can as sports betting is legal in New Jersey from June 14th, 2019 and NJ state is the home of Atlantic City casinos. Here, in AC you can place a bet on sports online and via both iOS, Android mobile platforms anywhere within NJ state borders. NJ is the first state after Nevada to offer any type of mobile sports betting for its peoples.

NJ’s sports betting law says you must be 21 years old for legal betting though the legal age to bet on horse races in New Jersey is 18. Remember, the casinos are strict about underage betting. They will ask for ID before your place a bet. To bet on sports in NJ you should be a resident or citizen of USA.

According to the provisions of NJ sports betting law, every land-based casino and racetracks can launch three unique brands for online betting but they must have a physical sportsbook first. Currently out of ten AC casinos, seven casinos are offering retail sports betting in NJ state.

Borgata, Golden Nugget, Bally’s Wild Wild West, Resorts, Harrah’s, Tropicana, and Ocean Resort AC casinos are your best options to bet on sports. Outside of Atlantic City, there are two horse racing tracks, Monmouth Park in Oceanport and The Meadowlands in East Rutherford racetracks have dual horse betting and sportsbook options in NJ.

Hard Rock AC in partnership with GiG will also plan to launch sports betting by early 2019.

Here, are the AC casinos with retail sportsbooks i.e. Resorts AC has the partnership of Kambi and DraftKings, Caesars has two retail sportsbooks and online/mobile betting platform in Atlantic City.

Golden Nuggets has SugerHouse sportsbook, which allows you to bet across all verticals by using a single account.

In Caesars, you find 888’s online sportsbook while Borgata’s playMGM sportsbook offers retail sports betting on premises. Ocean resort in partnership with William Hill provides in-house retail, online/mobile sports betting.

Is sports betting legal in New Jersey? Can I bet online?

Now New Jersey has legal sports betting online. The June 14th, 2018 law makes it legal to bet on sports in the state. You must be 21 years old or above to bet in NJ State.

What can you bet on?

New Jersey allows legal sports betting on the majority of professional sports. You can place a bet on football, basketball, auto racing, baseball, golf, MMA, Boxing, soccer, and hockey.

What you cannot bet on in NJ?

Wagering not allowed on any high school sporting events, eSports league and on college teams from NJ State.

Soon after May 2018’s Supreme Court’s ruling, New Jersey opened its door for gamblers to experience ‘Las Vegas-style’ sports betting. As a result, NJ becomes the 2nd US state outside of Nevada to facilitate legal sports betting. Delaware already launched one week ahead of NJ.

In NJ, you have multiple betting options like the Casinos, racetracks and online through the mobile app across the Garden State. Land-based casinos like The Borgata Hotel, Casino and Spa was the 1st Atlantic City Casino to offer sports betting also, offers online wagering via Android mobile devices.

NJ’s sports betting market is structured to allow greater brand competition in the state. Every land-based casinos & racetracks are eligible to get main licenses for online sports betting and the licenses are restricted to these categories only. Each key license holder is permitted to operate up to three sports betting brands online and can partner with offshore brands.

Currently, there are Nine brick-and-mortar casinos and three racetrack slots across the state. In NJ, the Borgata, Bally’s, Caesars, Golden Nugget, Hard Rock AC, Harrah’s, Resorts AC, Tropicana, Ocean Resort Casinos and The Meadowlands, Freehold Raceway, and Monmouth Park racetracks are your betting options.

The list of legal online sportsbooks in New Jersey

  • DraftKings Sportsbook
  • FanDuel Sportsbook
  • BetStars NJ Sportsbook
  • Caesars Sportsbook
  • 888sport Sportsbook
  • SugarHouse Sportsbook
  • PlayMGM Sportsbook
  • William Hill Sportsbook

Remember, no offshore sportsbook other than those regulated are permitted to offer sports betting please, check the official DGE Seal before you bet.