Borgata Casino Sportsbook Review

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Jun/18/2018

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation that now makes it legal for designated business to offer sports betting after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 1992 federal law that made betting on sports illegal in 49 of the country’s 50 states.    The Newark Star Ledger recently reviewed the new Borgata Casino sportsbook.

From the Newark Star Ledger:

Among the Atlantic Casinos, it came as no surprise that the Borgata, which is run by MGM, got to sports betting first. Borgata plans to open a dedicated sportsbook in the future, but for now, the temporary sportsbook is housed in the racebook, which is a tad on the small side. The place was small enough that bettors on Day 1 on Thursday were forced to form a line around the outside of the facility, then were let in eight or 10 at a time once the place opened for business. Given this is the Borgata, we assume the permanent sportsbook, whenever it is complete and open, will be a top-notch facility, rivaling anything New Jersey has to offer. For now, splitting with the racebook will have to do.

The Borgata will be taking bets on the FIFA World Cup and upcoming College Football and NFL seasons.  They cannot take wagers on New Jersey college teams in any sports including Seton Hall and Rutgers.

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