Is Bovada Legal to Bet on From New Jersey?

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Aaron Goldstein
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New Jersey residents are prohibited from betting on the Bovada website.  However, Bovada does not block those who already have accounts and are traveling within the state.

*Find matchup consensus plays and side percentages
*All of the day's matchup previews and trends
*Top handicapper picks
*Latest odds
*Latest line movements

While in New Jersey you can also register and place bets on around a dozen mobile websites.  These will no longer be accessible outside the state with a few exceptions.  Payments for now can be obtained outside the state.

These are the sites that are licensed to operate in New Jersey:

DraftKings Sportsbook    
William Hill NJ Sportsbook    
FanDuel Sportsbook    
Caesars Sportsbook    
Fox Bet NJ Sportsbook    
SugarHouse Sportsbook
playMGM Sportsbook    
Golden Nugget    
Hard Rock    
theScore Bet    

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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