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Betting on Super Bowl Liii Sunday Will Be Big Business for New Jersey Casinos

Super Bowl LIII will broadcast around the country on Sunday evening. Viewers will look forward to the visually-stimulating commercials, the explosive Halftime show, and of course the game itself. The American Gaming Association estimates that there will be approximately 22.7 million Americans placing $6 billion in bets, legally and illegally ($325 million-$350 million in sports bets within legal parameters). 

Implementing a strategic move like legalizing sports betting early on was very smart for lawmakers in some states. Now those states are in a position to get a piece of that potential revenue. New Jersey is one of the lucky states thanks to Governor Murphy, who signed a law into effect right after the Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of your passport 1992 that prohibited sports betting. 

New Jersey Casinos Prepared to Cash In 

Many hungry players are now anticipating Super Bowl 53 because of the potential sports betting wins. They are wondering how to bet on the Super Bowl before game time in New Jersey. The process is simple. They can visit one of several casinos below: 

  • FanDuel in Meadowlands 
  • Ocean Resort & Casino in Atlantic City 
  • Resorts in Atlantic City 
  • Golden Nugget in Atlantic City 
  • Harrah’s in Atlantic. City 
  • Borgata Atlantic City 
  • Monmouth Park in Oceanport 
  • Bally’s in Atlantic City 

These casinos are in the position to collect a large sum of money for this year. The battle on the field is between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams; both teams deliver fierce competition. 

More About the Super Bowl 

This year’s Super Bowl features the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta. The Patriot’s are currently -2.5 point favorites on most sportsbooks in New Jersey. Many will bet on the game itself, but a large majority of people will be making “prop bets” before game time. It’s going to be an exciting time for the people of New Jersey, as it’s the first time they can legally place bets on a Super Bowl game. 

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