New Jersey Sports Betting

Summary: Since its inception in 2018, New Jersey’s sports betting scene quickly rose to prominence, establishing itself as one of the nation’s leading markets. Legal options for placing sports bets are available at both casinos and racetracks, along with online and mobile app platforms accessible throughout the state.

Legal Status: It’s legal! Place your sports bets!

In the state of New Jersey we anticipate an amount of $337.2m to be wagered in the year 2020 (as per H2 Gambling Capital,

New Jersey Mobile and Online Sports Betting

You will find 14 mobile and online sportsbooks that are legal to place a bet on in New Jersey.

New Jersey Sportsbooks

Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment

50 New Jersey 120, East Rutherford, New Jersey

FanDuel Sportsbook

Status: Open

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, New Jersey

IGT/GVC/Stadium Tech

Status: Temporary open

Ballys Atlantic City

1900 Pacific Ave, Atlantic City, New Jersey

Scientific Games

Status: Temporary open

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

2100 Pacific Ave, Atlantic City, New Jersy

Scientific Games

Status: None

Golden Nugget Atlantic City

600 Huron Ave, Atlantic City, New Jersy


Status: Open

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey


Status: Temporary open

Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

777 Harrah’s Blvd, Atlantic City, New Jersy

Scientific Games

Status: Open

Monmouth Park

175 Oceanport Ave, Oceanport, New Jersey

William Hill

Status: Open

Ocean Casino Resort

500 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey

William Hill

Status: Open

Resorts Casino Hotel

1133 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey


Status: Temporary open

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

2831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey

William Hill

Status: Temporary open

New Jersey Local Sport Bets


New Jersey has no NBA basketball teams.


New Jersey has no Major League Baseball teams.


New Jersey has two NFL teams, the New York Giants and New York Jets.


New Jersey has one NHL ice hockey team, the New Jersey Devils.

Sports Gambling Laws and Legislation

2018: After the overturning of the PASPA, New Jersey was naturally the first cab off the ranks to get started with changing the States gambling laws regarding sports betting. Gov. Phil Murphy initiated and approved the sports betting bill that exists as at today.

The first sportsbook to open (by a mere 30 minutes) and to take bets was William Hill, with who else, but Gov. Murphy one of the first to place a bet. Borgata from Atlantic City opened 30 minutes later and began accepting bets as well. In the ensuring weeks other New Jersey sportsbooks began to open and accept sport bets.

New Jersey, is the second largest State to in terms of sports betting revenue, only behind Nevada.

Bordering States

Pennsylvania | Delaware | New York