Sportsbooks licensed in New Jersey are prohibited from taking action on games featuring Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights are no Crimson Tide (in football), but they are New Jersey’s biggest name in college football.
Can I bet on Rutgers in NJ?
Though sports betting has been legal in New Jersey since 2018, there’s a major caveat that no other state has: You can’t bet on any collegiate events taking place here or any event involving an in-state school anywhere. That means no wagering on Rutgers football games or Seton Hall basketball games, even on the road.
Can you bet on New Jersey teams in New Jersey?
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Currently, wagering is prohibited on college sport or athletic events that take place in New Jersey. Wagering is also prohibited on an event in which a team from a New Jersey college participates.”
Can you bet on college football in New Jersey?
Betting on college football is completely legal in New Jersey. That includes pregame betting, in-game or live betting, and everything else in between. The lone caveat is that you cannot bet on college games or events in New Jersey, or on any NJ college team.
Why can’t I bet on Rutgers in NJ?
But as it turns out, there are offshore sportsbooks licking their chops looking to exploit a major handicap in New Jersey’s law, so too are local street bookies. Sportsbooks licensed in New Jersey are prohibited from taking action on games featuring Rutgers.
Can you bet on sports in New Jersey?
Yes, sports betting is legal in New Jersey. After a long, drawn-out court battle, Gov. Phil Murphy signed NJ sports betting into law in June 2018, and the first legal bets were placed three days later.
Is PointsBet in NJ?
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