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We all know that gambling is very popular in the United States nowadays. However, lately, there has been an even greater trend in gambling in New Jersey.

New Jersey is the home of Atlantic City, which is popular for its numerous online casinos. But the most important part here is the fact that sports betting is not legal, and this place is the epicenter of it in the United States.

Despite this, people still have insufficient information on what NJ sports betting is all about. So here we look at some of the most frequently asked questions regarding NJ sports betting and their answers.

Is it legal to bet on sports in New Jersey?

The first thing to question is the legality of sports betting, particularly in New Jersey. Fortunately, the answer to this is a big YES.

Sports betting has been legal in New Jersey for a long time, when Governor Phil Murphy signed it into law on June 2018. After that, legal bets were made just three days later and as you may already know, online sites became available later on.

Who can offer sports betting in New Jersey?

Every facility in New Jersey that offer the opportunity to gamble can offer sports betting, which is mostly because of the law signed in 2018.

That means all the land-based casinos in New Jersey, especially those in Atlantic City, can offer sports betting. This also applies to the online casinos in New Jersey present before 2018.

Where are the best sportsbooks in Atlantic City?

Due to the popularity of the city, the first thing that comes to mind when asking for sportsbooks is those that are located in Atlantic City.

The good news is that all major casinos in Atlantic City are now offering sports betting. This includes Bally’s Wild Wild West, Borgata, Ocean Resort, Golden Nugget, Harrah’s, Caesars, Resorts, Tropicana, and Hard Rock AC.

Is it legal to bet on sports online in New Jersey?

Now that you know that betting on sports in New Jersey is legal, is it okay to do it in the digital world?

The answer to this is yes, you can bet on sports online in New Jersey. However, it should be a given that the site you’re betting on is licensed, otherwise, you’ll be breaking a law without knowing about it.

Is there a regulation in sportsbooks in New Jersey?

There is. This is when you bet on websites that are outside the United States. You can’t bet offshore, even if it’s online.