Five days after William Hill and FanDuel launched their sports-betting apps, Caesars launched its sportsbook platform. However, the list of newcomers in the NJ sports betting industry doesn’t end there. September 10 was a lucky day for all those who’ll be exploiting 888 sportsbook’s $10 welcome bonus. Read on and learn more about the latest additions to the NJ online gambling world.

Caesars Sportsbook Offers Nothing Spectacular

Although the subheading may sound judgemental, it’s not. The latest addition to the massive gambling empire known as Caesars does a good job, but we expected a lot more from this sixth New Jersey sports-betting operator. Our main concern is due to the fact there are no parlays and, even worse, no live betting options. The design of their app is also quite basic, but the great diversity of payment options pulls this sportsbook back above the surface.

Moreover, the Scientific Games–powered Caesars sportsbook app is available for both Android and iOS devices, and you’ll be able to connect your casino and sportsbook accounts. This means that your “Total Rewards” account will be synced with your sportsbook profile. What’s more, you’ll be able to easily access sports betting, slot, or table game funds—all from the same cashier. All in all, Caesars is your basic, middle-of-the-pack NJ sportsbook.


888 Sportsbook Already in Full Operation

Although a familiar operator all over the world, even the US, the London-listed online gambling group 888 Holdings has just joined the six other New Jersey sportsbooks that are already in full swing. 888 sportsbook has shown us that having previous experience in the sports-betting industry means a lot. Although they were a bit late (launched three days after the NFL season began), their app, online sportsbook, and bonuses look flawless!

Partnership with Kambi Is Advantageous for Several NJ Sportsbook Operators

Partnering with Kambi has proved meritorious for PlaySugarHouse and DraftKings, which served as a recommendation for 888 to begin a partnership with this sportsbook supplier. Speaking of the sportsbook platform, it leaves nothing to be desired. A vast variety of games, lines, and of course, in-play betting.

The $10 no deposit bonus only adds to the great impression this sportsbook left in its early days. And frankly, we expected nothing less from such an omnipresent gambling operator. Namely, 888 Holdings can be played in all three states where regulation has been introduced—New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware!


There’s More Excitement to Come

These two are not the last entries on the list of NJ sports-betting operators. In fact, Pokerstars and the Resorts casino are close to launching BetStars. Besides BetStars, we expect Golden Nugget to launch its own sportsbook, so we’ll see what’s in store for us in the following weeks!