Unibet have launched their online casino in New Jersey. Big news for all in the hottest online gambling market in the US!
Unibet (Part of Kindred Group) have also confirmed that they will launch a Sportsbook alongside this. We don’t have firm dates on this yet but what we do know is that it will run on the very popular Kambi software. The same as Draftkings.
The Kindred group made this happen by partnering with Hard rock to gain access to the all important Casino service Enterprise License for New Jersey.
They secured this in 2018 and a little over a year later they were able to launch Unibet casino in New Jersey.
How good is Unibet Online Casino?
The current offer is definitely geared towards slots players. Other than Roulette and Blackjack it’s all slot games.
In total there are 237 slot games available to play at Unibet NJ Casino and includes a full suite of Netent titles.
All the slots are available to free also. A nice touch to test them.
It feels like the launch version is fairly light but still a decent starting point and no harm in keeping things simple.
Apps coming soon!
You cannot play on mobile just yet due to their apps for iOS and Android not being live yet.
They won’t be hanging around with this so I’m sure we can expect this very soon.
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$500 Bonus for a Deposit
You can claim up to $500 on your first deposit as Unibet are keen for NJ players to come and try them out.
This is a 200% deposit match bonus. To get the free $500 you will need to deposit $250.
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A lot has changed in New Jersey since the Supreme Court ruled in its favor and overturned PASPA on May 14th, 2018. Just one month after the landmark decision, Julius Erving entered the Borgata Race and placed a bet on the Philadelphia Eagles to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. At about the same time, New Jersey governor Phil Murphy went to New Jersey’s only other sportsbook, Monmouth Park Racetrack, and made a couple of bets of his own. Just like that, sports betting in the Garden State finally became a reality.
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What the SuperBook might be best known for is its SuperContest, a season-long NFL betting contest that seeks to prove who the best bettor on NFL games is. The contest costs $1,500 to enter, and each contestant must pick five games against the spread during each week of the NFL season.
Play like a contestant on the popular TV gameshow and win part of the Community Jackpot!
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Once Hard Rock’s sportsbook is approved, it’ll roll out offerings through GIG.
In the month of October, the Hard Rock Atlantic City submitted its petition to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to open a sportsbook in its casino. Now, a week later, it was announced that the sportsbook will be operated by Gaming Information Group, better known as GiG.
GiG’s operations of Hard Rock’s sportsbook was to be expected, as the company was already operating Hard Rock’s online casino. This newly announced agreement will allow GIG to offer New Jersey sports betting through its mobile wagering options and also on site at the Hard Rock casino.
Sports Gambling Broadcaster VSiN move to New Jersey
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