New Jersey Sports Betting
In May 2018, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992 was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court, which deemed it unconstitutional. Gov. Phil Murphy signed the New Jersey sports betting into law on 11 June, and three days later he placed the state's first legal sports bet when Monmouth Park racetrack opened its sportsbook, the same day that Borgata Casino in Atlantic City began accepting sports wagers. Upon its grand opening on 30 June, the new Ocean Resort Casino also began accepting sports bets.
On 14 July 2018, FanDuel launched its physical sportsbook at the Meadowlands. On 30 July, Caesars Entertainment announced that its facilities at Wild Wild West in Bally's would be open for sports betting business that day, and Harrah's Atlantic City would launch sports betting 1 August. Caesars also said it planned to "quickly" follow the retail openings with the introduction of mobile sports betting throughout New Jersey.
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