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ONLINE BETTING IN NEW JERSEY: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Learn More
WHAT’S LEGAL AND ONLINE IN NEW JERSEY
ONLINE CASINO
iGaming
(casino-style table games and slots)
BASKETBALL
Sports Betting
FULL HOUSE
Poker

** Does not include legal online horse wagering and online state lotteries.

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What To Know
Illegal online betting websites will stop at nothing to attract players. Don’t fall for their tricks! Before placing a bet in New Jersey, use this checklist and ask these questions to ensure you’re wagering on a legal site:
Choose a legal operator

In 2013, New Jersey was the first state to legalize and regulate online gaming (casino and poker). In 2018, the state launched its first legal online sportsbooks. Today, there are more than 30 different online betting brands that have been approved by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) and are accountable to the rules set forth by the regulator. 

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  • 888 Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Bet365 Sportsbook & Casino
  • BetAmerica Sportsbook & Casino
  • Betfair Casino
  • BetMGM Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Borgata Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Caesars Sportsbook & Casino
  • DraftKings Sportsbook & Casino
  • FanDuel Sportsbook & Casino
  • FOX Bet Sportsbook
  • Golden Nugget Sportsbook & Casino
  • Hard Rock Sportsbook & Casino
  • Harrah’s Casino
  • Mohegan Sun Casino
  • Ocean Resort Casino
  • Pala Casino & Poker
  • Party Poker & Casino
  • Parx Casino
  • Play SugarHouse Sportsbook & Casino
  • PointsBet Sportsbook
  • PokerStars Casino & Poker
  • Resorts Sportsbook & Casino
  • Scores Casino
  • The Score Sportsbook
  • Tipico Sportsbook
  • Tropicana Casino
  • Unibet Sportsbook & Casino
  • Virgin Casino
  • William Hill Sportsbook
  • World Series of Poker
  • WynnBet Sportsbook & Casino
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  • 888 Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Bet365 Sportsbook & Casino
  • BetAmerica Sportsbook & Casino
  • Betfair Casino
  • BetMGM Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Borgata Sportsbook, Casino & Poker
  • Caesars Sportsbook & Casino
  • DraftKings Sportsbook & Casino
  • FanDuel Sportsbook & Casino
  • FOX Bet Sportsbook
  • Golden Nugget Sportsbook & Casino
  • Hard Rock Sportsbook & Casino
  • Harrah’s Casino
  • Mohegan Sun Casino
  • Ocean Resort Casino
  • Pala Casino & Poker
  • Party Poker & Casino
  • Parx Casino
  • Play SugarHouse Sportsbook & Casino
  • PointsBet Sportsbook
  • PokerStars Casino & Poker
  • Resorts Sportsbook & Casino
  • Scores Casino
  • TheScore Sportsbook
  • Tipico Sportsbook
  • Tropicana Casino
  • Unibet Sportsbook & Casino
  • Virgin Casino
  • William Hill Sportsbook
  • World Series of Poker
  • WynnBet Sportsbook & Casino
Look for logos

Legal betting sites in New Jersey must carry logos to prove they have been approved by the 
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.

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Look for these two logos

Ask the questions

Before placing your wager, confirm that you are on a legal site by asking yourself these questions.  

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Are the logos there?

As part of the regulation process, all legal betting sites in New Jersey must carry the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) Licensed and Regulated seal and the NJDGE Responsible Gaming logo. No logos? No go!  

Is enough being asked in the registration process?

Signing up for anything these days means filling out forms, answering questions and sharing personal information. The same holds true for legal online betting. The questions asked and the information required to set up an account is being done for your security. If the registration process isn’t comprehensive, you’re likely signing up on an illegal site.

Is there a Responsible Gaming program?

Legal online betting sites take responsible gaming seriously. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) also requires a variety of tools be available to consumers including deposit limits, time limits, “cooling off” periods and self-exclusion options. If the site you are visiting doesn’t provide you with tools to responsibly manage your betting, then you’ve found yourself on an unregulated website. 

Can you use cryptocurrency to place your bet?

Cryptocurrency (crypto) is not currently available as a form of payment on legal betting sites. If crypto is an option for your wagers, you can be sure you're using an illegal site.

What’s At Stake

Legal websites will:

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Pay out your winnings.

Protect your identity.

SECURE

Promote responsible gaming.

GOVERMENT BUILDING

Be accountable to regulators.

ONLINE CASINO

Ensure fair play through tested and regulated software.

Support New Jersey’s economy.

Illegal websites can:

CORRUPTION

Rob you of your winnings.

STEALING DATA

Steal your identity.

CARD GAME

Fuel problem gambling.

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Offer zero accountability to consumers and regulators.

CARD BACKWARD

Stack the deck against consumers.

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Deprive New Jersey’s economy of needed revenue.

Legal websites will:

BET

Pay out your winnings.

Protect your identity.

SECURE

Promote responsible gaming.

GOVERMENT BUILDING

Be accountable to regulators.

ONLINE CASINO

Ensure fair play through tested and regulated software.

Support New Jersey’s economy.

Illegal websites can:

CORRUPTION

Rob you of your winnings.

STEALING DATA

Steal your identity.

CARD GAME

Fuel problem gambling.

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Offer zero accountability to consumers and regulators.

CARD BACKWARD

Stack the deck against consumers.

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Deprive New Jersey’s economy of needed revenue.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bettor Safe New Jersey is a campaign educating consumers about the risks associated with betting on illegal websites. The campaign empowers individuals to identify unregulated sites and helps them to understand the benefits of legal and regulated online gaming options if they choose to wager. 

Bettor Safe New Jersey is an extension of the Bettor Safe campaign, a national initiative launched by Conscious Gaming, the independent non-profit established by GeoComply, which is committed to strengthening consumer protections.

Consumers betting on illegal sites have no legal protection safeguarding their wager, their identity and their financial information. By entering personal details and payment information on an illegal site, you are handing this information to an unregulated entity that is not subject to government oversight or legal recourse. This means that there is no guarantee that funds deposited into account are protected. It also means that there is no way of knowing whether the game you are playing has fair odds, or whether the odds have been stacked against you. In addition, by choosing to support unregulated operators, your wagers may be supporting illegal activity including money laundering.

If you choose to bet, doing so on a legal site protects your wager and also safeguards your identity and financial information from fraud. Unlike illegal sites that lack regulations and safeguards, legal sites are regulated by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE), ensuring winnings are paid out, the odds are fair and that responsible gaming measures are available.

By using a legal site, you are supporting communities, programs and projects across the state rather than funding illegal activity. The taxes generated from legal betting revenue in New Jersey help to fund education, improve infrastructure, support first responders and provide other essential services. In New Jersey, online betting is done in partnership with the land-based gaming industry meaning that when you bet legally online, you are supporting local jobs and industries.

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RESOURCES
Check out these other resources that empower consumers to learn more or take action.

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE)

The Division of Gaming Enforcement's mission is to protect the public interest by maintaining a legitimate and viable industry, free from the influences of organized crime, and assuring the honesty, good character and integrity of casino owners, operators, employees and vendors.

Council on Compulsive Gambling of NJ

800-Gambler has a gambling help hotline for those struggling with a gambling addiction in NJ.

American Gaming Association (AGA)

The American Gaming Association launched HAVE A GAME PLAN to help consumers bet safely and responsibly.

iDevelopment and Economic Association (iDEA)

iDEA’s Growth’s “Responsible Gaming Pillars” show how the regulated industry makes protecting online bettors a priority.

Conscious Gaming

Conscious Gaming is a philanthropic organization committed to utilizing advanced technology to propel social responsibility initiatives. Conscious Gaming’s mission is to leverage advanced technology and insights, to empower corporate social responsibility within our and our partners’ communities.
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