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Best New Jersey (NJ) Sports Betting Apps 2021

Joey Shadeck

Are you a New Jersey resident who wants to bet on the New Jersey Devils, New York Giants, or New York Jets winning their next game? If so, you will need an online sports betting account.

Using a sports betting app, also known as an online sportsbook, is required to place bets. New Jersey has been at the forefront of legal online gambling in the United States, legalizing online sports betting, iGaming (online slots), and online poker in 2018.

This guide will break down the best New Jersey sports betting sites by comparing the total number of sports and bets offered, odds, live betting features, mobile apps, educational resources, ease of use, as well as current bonuses and promotions.

Best Online Sports Betting Apps in New Jersey 2021

  • DraftKings Sportsbook – Best Overall
  • FanDuel – Best Mobile App
  • PointsBet – Best New Bet Type
  • 888sport – Best for Beginners
  • SugarHouse – Best Live Betting
  • William Hill – Good Odds
  • FOX Bet – Best for Poker Players
fetchBrokerByName("draftkings-sportsbook"); ?> DraftKings Sportsbook

Best Overall for Beginners | Bet Now
Current Offer: Get a deposit bonus up to $500!*
5stars
DraftKings is the complete package for both new and experienced sports bettors and daily fantasy sports players. While the live betting, education, and mobile app are all great, I found the unique bets and pre-game statistics DraftKings offers to be the best in the state. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("fanduelsportsbook"); ?> FanDuel Sportsbook

Best Mobile App
5stars
Like its closest competitors, FanDuel is one of the most well-rounded sports betting options available. The high-quality live betting, bets offered, and the odds are worth emphasizing for both new and experienced bettors. FanDuel is also one of two sportsbooks available that offers daily fantasy sports. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("pointsbet"); ?> PointsBet

Best New Bet Type
4.5stars
PointsBet brings a new style of betting to the United States, and frankly, I'm a huge fan. PointsBetting is unique and fun enough to justify opening an account with PointsBet, regardless of whether you have other sports betting accounts. While some sportsbook functions, such as live betting, can be improved, PointsBet offers good odds and an excellent palate of bets to choose from. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("888sport"); ?> 888sport

Best Education
4.5stars
888sport offers a well-rounded sportsbook, providing an immersive live betting experience, hundreds of bets and props, and useful education for new bettors. The only drawback is the below-average odds for sports like football and hockey. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("sugarhouse"); ?> SugarHouse

Best Live Betting
4.5stars
SugarHouse is an excellent sports betting option for residents of New Jersey. I enjoyed the wide variety of bets, easy to use mobile app, and great live betting experience, which focuses on streaming games and offering real-time bets. That said, the odds are just average. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("foxbet"); ?> FOX Bet

Best for Poker Players, Fans of Fox Sports
4stars
FOX Bet offers bettors an endless selection of bets and quirky promotions, paired with an easy to use mobile app and desktop platform. While the company has room to improve in terms of odds offered and education, I would recommend the sportsbook to poker players and fans of Fox Sports news shows. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("williamhill"); ?> WilliamHill

Good Odds
4stars
William Hill combines excellent odds and new customer bonus offers with an above-average mobile app. While I wish the sportsbook offered more education and ongoing promotions, there is a lot to like about William Hill. Read full review

Other New Jersey Sportsbooks

In addition to our top seven New Jersey sports betting apps for 2021, we reviewed eight others. Here's our high-level takeaways for each. To dive deeper, read our reviews.

fetchBrokerByName("betrivers"); ?> BetRivers

Good Live Betting
4stars
BetRivers has the foundation of a great sports betting site. It’s one of the premier services for live betting, has a wide variety of sports (the most of any app), and offers industry-leading promotions. Mobile bettors, however, will find the slow and clunky app a frustrating user experience. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("Unibet"); ?> Unibet

Unibet
4stars
Although I like the overall selection of bets and live bets at Unibet, there aren’t enough differentiating factors to make the sportsbook a premiere selection. Geotechnology issues and poor navigation in the mobile app also withhold Unibet from being an above average sportsbook. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("betamerica"); ?> BetAmerica

BetAmerica
4stars
BetAmerica offers users a good mobile app and customer support. However, I found the overall experience to be just a tad above-average. Note, though, if you like horse racing, BetAmerica is the only sportsbook to offer horse race betting. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("bet365"); ?> bet365

bet365
3.5stars
bet365 has a good selection of sports, bets, and live bets to choose from and even offers stats and news, which is rare in the industry. However, the lack of education, average bonuses, and ease of use issues limit the sportsbook’s appeal. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("goldennugget"); ?> Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget
3.5stars
Golden Nugget is a good online casino and sports betting combination. While the odds and bet variety are competitive, I found the mobile app and selection of bonuses were too focused on casino games to recommend Golden Nugget as a primary sports betting option. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("theScoreBet"); ?> theScore Bet

Best for theScore Media Fans
3.5stars
theScore Bet is best suited for die-hard theScore media fans, who will enjoy switching between the two apps to bet and track games in real-time. Unfortunately, theScore Bet is average and fails to incorporate enough features from the media app to leave a lasting impression. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("Caesars"); ?> Caesars

Best for Caesars Rewards Members
3stars
Caesars is a good option for Caesars rewards members who are familiar with the Caesars brand and enjoy racking up rewards points. The Caesars sportsbook isn't shy about how many online casino games it offers, which is okay. Still, users sticking solely to sports betting should consider other options. Read full review

fetchBrokerByName("hardrock"); ?> Hard Rock

Hard Rock Sportsbook
3stars
Hard Rock is a fine choice for bettors who prefer the slots to sports. That’s because it lacks many of the basic amenities you can get at most other sportsbooks, and the ones it does offer are meh. Read full review



Best Betting Odds in New Jersey

To determine which New Jersey sports betting sites offer the best odds, I recorded and analyzed data from hundreds of games for spread, moneyline, and total bets. The sportsbooks that provide the best odds for each sport are listed below. Odds are given the following rankings: best, above average, average, below average, and worst.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Open Account
FanDuel Sportsbook
Open Account
PointsBet 888sport SugarHouse Sportsbook FOX Bet William Hill
NFL Moneyline Best Best Average Below Average Worst Above Average Above Average
NFL Spread Below Average Average Above Average Avg. worse than -110 per side Below Average Above Average Average
NBA Moneyline Above Average Worst Average Best Above Average Worst Best
NBA Spread Below Average Average Above Average Avg. worse than -110 per side Below Average Below Average Average
MLB Moneyline Average Average Worst Worst Average Worst Average
MLB Spread Average Above Average Average Worst Above Average Above Average Best
NHL Moneyline Best Worst Above Average Below Average Below Average Above Average Above Average
NHL Spread Below average Above Average Above Average Worst Below Average Below Average Best
Soccer Moneyline Above Average Above Average Worst Best Best Below Average Above Average
NCAAF Moneyline Worst Below Average Above Average Worst Best Best Below Average
NCAAF Spread Below Average Average Average Avg. worse than -110 per side Below Average Above Average Average

Deposit Options

Here is a comparison of deposit options amongst top NJ sports betting apps.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Open Account
FanDuel Sportsbook
Open Account
PointsBet 888sport SugarHouse Sportsbook FOX Bet William Hill
Minimum Deposit $5 $10 $5 $10 $10 $10 $5
Total Deposit Methods 8 7 4 6 6 7 5
No Debit/Credit Card Deposit Fees Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Deposit Min/Max - Debit/Credit Card $5/$2,000 $10/Varies $5/Varies $10/Varies $10/Varies $10/Varies $20/$1,000
PayPal Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Deposit Min/Max - PayPal $5/$2,000 $10/Varies $5/Varies $10/Varies N/A $10/Varies $5

Withdrawal Options

Here is a comparison of withdrawal options amongst top NJ sports betting apps.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Open Account
FanDuel Sportsbook
Open Account
PointsBet 888sport SugarHouse Sportsbook FOX Bet William Hill
Minimum Withdrawal $1 - $15 None Listed None Listed $10 $10 $10 $20
Total Withdrawal Methods 4 5 2 4 5 5 6
No Withdrawal Fees - Check Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Check Payout Speed is < 10 days Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Withdrawal Min/Max - Check $5/Varies $10/Varies $5/Varies $10/Varies $10/Varies $10/$8,300 N/A
Withdrawal Min/Max - PayPal $5/Varies $10/Varies $5/Varies $10/Varies N/A $10/$8,300 $20


New Jersey Sports Betting Timeline

Here is a short timeline of how New Jersey sports betting became a reality:

  • 2009 to 2012 - Senator Ray Lesniak led a lawsuit trying to overturn a federal law prohibiting sports betting. The court ruled that Governor Christie had to be the one to lead the suit. In 2012 Governor Christie signed legislation to legalize sports betting at the state’s casinos and racetracks, only to be sued by the professional sports leagues.
  • 2012 to 2017 - The public perception of sports betting shifted a bit. Adam Silver, the NBA's current commissioner, was a notable proponent in speaking in favor of sports betting. In 2017, the Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey’s case for legalizing sports betting.
  • 2018 - The Supreme Court voted to overturn the federal ban on sports betting in May. New Jersey, eager to offer sports betting, allowed the first retail sportsbook (Monmouth Park) to open in June, and the first online sports betting app (DraftKings) in August.
  • 2020 - There are now 17 online sportsbooks available in New Jersey, making it the premier state to bet on sports online. New Jersey residents have the widest selection of sportsbooks to choose from, giving them access to more promotions and bets.

Best New Jersey Sportsbooks Summary

Below is a summary of the best online sportsbooks currently available in New Jersey.

Feature DraftKings Sportsbook
Open Account
FanDuel Sportsbook
Open Account
PointsBet 888sport SugarHouse Sportsbook FOX Bet William Hill
Overall 5 5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4 4
Sports & Bets Offered 5 4.5 5 0 4.5 4.5 4
Odds 3.5 4 4.5 2.5 3.5 4 5
Live Betting 5 5 3.5 4.5 5 4 3.5
Mobile Betting 5 4.5 4.5 5 4.5 4 4
Education 4 3.5 4.5 4.5 3.5 2 3.5


DraftKings Sportsbook 5stars

DraftKings

DraftKings delivers the ultimate package for sports bettors, including unique contests and bet types, industry-leading pre-game statistics, excellent education for beginners, Daily Fantasy contests, and private pools with friends. This outstanding all-round experience makes DraftKings our top overall sportsbook in 2020. Read full review

Minimum deposit: $5

Who choose DraftKings Sportsbook:


  • Great for beginners. DraftKings’ noteworthy educational materials include guidance on how to bet and different bet types, as well as sport-specific guides that cover common strategies for betting success.
  • Unique bets and contests. The variety of sports and bets offered —one of the largest selections of unique bet types and contests we’ve seen — and an excellent live betting experience makes DraftKings one heck of a sportsbook.
  • Bonuses: Promotions change throughout the year, but typical ones include risk-free bets up to $1,000 for new bettors, and deposit matches, among others. Keep in mind there are typically rollover requirements attached to each bonus.

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FanDuel 5stars

FanDuel

FanDuel Sportsbook is a winner in 2021 for its easy-to-use website and mobile app, variety of prop bets, and its top-of-the-line live betting. FanDuel combines all of that with competitive odds and daily fantasy sports integration to deliver one excellent sportsbook. Read full review

Minimum deposit: $10

Why choose FanDuel Sportsbook:


  • Excellent mobile app. With its focus on usability, we found the FanDuel Sportsbook app to be one the best-designed apps overall.
  • Great for bettors. High-quality live betting, variety of bets offered, and noteworthy odds are all features new and experienced bettors will appreciate.
  • Bonuses: Promotions change throughout the year, but typically FanDuel offers a risk-free bet up to $1,000, and several other smaller seasonal offerings. Keep in mind there are typically rollover requirements attached to each bonus.

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PointsBet4.5stars

PointsBet

PointsBet brings a new style of betting to the United States, and frankly, I'm a huge fan. PointsBetting is unique and fun enough to justify opening an account with PointsBet, regardless of whether you have other sports betting accounts. While some sportsbook functions, such as live betting, can be improved, PointsBet offers good odds and an excellent palate of bets to choose from. Read full review

Minimum Deposit: $5

Why Choose PointsBet:


  • You’re interested in PointsBetting. PointsBetting takes a spread, total, or prop bet and makes it a variable bet until the end of the game. The idea is, the more correct a bettor is, the more they win, and vice versa.
    For example, let's say you bet $10 on the Dallas Cowboys (-3) against the Jacksonville Jaguars (+3). If Dallas wins 24-20, you covered the spread and won by one point. For this example, you multiply your $10 wager by one, for a total win of $10. If Dallas wins 26-20, you covered the spread and won by three points. For this example, you multiply your $10 wager by three, for a total win of $30. If Dallas loses 17-20, you lost the spread by six points (the three Jacksonville won by plus the three Dallas was favored). For this example, you multiply your $10 wager by six, for a total loss of $60.
  • Bonuses: Typically, PointsBet offers two risk-free bets up to $500 on the first fixed odds bet and PointsBetting Bet, as well as various seasonal promotions. Keep in mind there are typically rollover requirements attached to each bonus.

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What New Jersey Casinos Offer in Person Sports Betting?

Residents of New Jersey can bet on sports in-person at the following casinos. You can bet at any of these casinos regardless of what mobile app(s) you use and vice versa.

How do I bet online in NJ?

  1. 1. Create an account. Every online sportsbook has an online website as well as a mobile app. To create an account on the app or website, you will need your name, address, phone number, and email address. Some sportsbooks might ask for more information such as social security number; which is normal.
  2. 2. Fund the account. Deposit money into your newly created account. In New Jersey, standard banking methods include credit/debit cards, PayPal, ACH (e-check), Bank Transfers, Play+ Cards, and PayNearMe.
  3. 3. Add your bet(s) to the betslip. To do this, click on the bet that you want to place.
  4. 4. Select the wager amount. Enter the amount of money you want to wager. The bet slip will display your total wager and potential payout. Keep in mind, the potential payout includes the money that you are wagering. For example, in the screenshot below, you are betting $10 to win $8.80. Thus, the potential payout is $18.80 (total wager $10 + potential winnings $8.80).
  5. 5. Finalize the bet. Place your bet and set an alarm for game time!

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    What types of gambling are legal in New Jersey?

    New Jersey has quite the selection of online gaming products to choose from. Heres are the forms of gambling legal in New Jersey:

    • Online Sports Betting - Legal (launch - 2018)
    • Online Horse Betting - Legal
    • Daily Fantasy Sports - Legal
    • iGaming (online slots) - Legal (launch - 2018)
    • Online Poker - Legal (launch - 2018)
    • Online Lottery - Not Offered
    • Offshore Sportsbooks - Not Legal

    New Jersey Online Poker

    Unlike sports betting and online casino games, there are only a few options for online poker. The best apps to bet on sports and play online poker in New Jersey are:

    The following New Jersey sportsbooks also offer online poker:

    There are also a couple of standalone poker sites that don’t offer sports betting, such as WSOP NJ and PartyPoker. New Jersey residents are able to play other players in legalized poker states across the country, including Delaware, and Nevada residents.

    New Jersey Online Slots and Casino Games

    In New Jersey, almost all sports betting apps offer online casino games, such as poker, blackjack, roulette, and slot machines. Here’s the full list: DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook, Bet America, FOX Bet, 888sport, Caesars, Golden Nugget, Unibet, Bet365, BetMGM, Borgata, Hard Rock, Resorts, William Hill, and SugarHouse.

    Here are the best sportsbooks in New Jersey that also offer online casino games:

    There are also online casinos such as Tropicana Casino and Virgin Casino that only offer casino games and do not offer sports betting.

    Popular New Jersey Sports Teams

    New Jersey only has a few professional sports teams to bet. Residents of New Jersey can bet on all professional teams, which includes:

    What sports leagues can I bet on in New Jersey?

    Almost all domestic and international leagues are available to bet on with New Jersey sportsbooks:

    • Football - NFL, NCAA, CFL
    • Basketball - NBA, NCAA, WNBA, International Leagues
    • Soccer - English Premier League, MLS, International Leagues
    • Baseball - MLB + International Leagues
    • Hockey - NHL + International Leagues
    • Golf - PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, International Leagues
    • Tennis - All Major U.S. Tournaments + International Matches
    • Other Sports - UFC/MMA, Motor Sports, Boxing, Cricket, etc.

    How to Read Odds

    Odds represent the likelihood of an outcome occurring. In sports betting, each team is assigned odds that represent the likelihood of them winning the game. American odds are what you will see displayed on every U.S. sportsbook and sports betting app.

    The first thing you will notice when reading odds will be that:

    • Odds have either a plus or minus in front of them.
    • Odds are in terms of 100.

    Betting Odds are written in terms of 100 as an industry standard. The easiest way to think of the plus and minus signs is as follows: If it is a plus, you will receive more than a $100 payout on a $100 bet. If it is a minus, you will have to bet more than $100 to win a $100 payout.

    Thankfully, you can view your potential winnings on each bet before placing it at an online sportsbook. That said, it is beneficial to understand the betting odds.

    Keep in mind for both spreads and totals, if the game ends in a draw for the bet, you get your stake back but do not win or lose any additional money.


    What is a Moneyline bet?

    A moneyline bet is a wager on which team will win the game outright. Both the favorite and the underdog are given odds to win the game. View sample bet slip.

    Moneyline Odds How to Read it What it Means
    Lions +130 Lions plus 130 By betting $100 you will win $130 if the Lions win
    Packers -150 Packers minus 150 To win $100, you must wager $150 on the Packers to win

    What is a Spread bet?

    A spread bet is a wager on which team will cover the spread or point spread. Underdogs will be given additional points with the spread, while the favorite will have to win by a certain amount of points to cover the spread. View sample bet slip.

    Spread Odds How to Read it What it Means
    Lakers + 5 (-110) Lakers plus 5 points at minus 110 odds The Lakers must win the game, or lose by less than 5 for you to win your bet
    Rockets -5 (-110) Rockets minus 5 points at minus 110 odds The Rockets must win the game by more than 5 points for you to win your bet. A tie is a push, meaning you don't win or lose.

    What is an Over/Under (Total) bet?

    An over/under bet focuses on how many points are scored, regardless of who wins the game. After a total point score has been set, bettors can wager whether the game's actual score will be over or under the preset point score. View sample bet slip.

    Total Odds How to Read it
    Over 7 (-115) In order to win $100, you must bet $115 on the overall combined run score to be higher than 7
    Under 7 (-110) In order to win $100, you must wager $110 on the total combined run score to be less than 7

    More of a visual person? Here's a YouTube video covering moneyline, spread, and total bets.

    What is a Parlay bet?

    A parlay bet is a group of bets, typically spread, moneyline, or total bets, combined into one bet to increase the payout odds. Every separate bet must win to win a parlay bet. View example bet slip.


    What is a Future bet?

    A futures bet is a bet on an event that takes place in days, weeks, or months. The most common future bets are placed on what team will win the finals before the season starts. View example bet slip.

    What are Bonus Rollover Requirements?

    Rollover requirements are requirements bettors MUST fulfill before they can withdraw the bonus money. Each type of bonus has different terms and conditions, which you should examine before accepting.

    Rollover requirements for sports betting often range between 1X-10X, with some extreme requirements going all the way up to 15X. For example, let’s say you deposit $100 and receive a $50 bonus with a 5X rollover. Before you can withdraw the $50 in bonus funds, you have to wager $750 (($100 + $50)x5). Clearly, the $50 bonus is a lot harder to obtain if you don’t bet frequently.

    This table gives you an idea of how much you will have to wager before withdrawing your bonus at multiple rollover rates. We will assume each deposit made is $100.

    Bonus Percentage ($100 Deposit) Bonus Amount Bonus Withdrawal with 1X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 3X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 5X Rollover Bonus Withdrawal with 10X Rollover
    25% Deposit Match $25 (100+25)x1 = $125 (100+25)x3 = $375 (100+25)x5 = $625 (100+25)x10 = $1,250
    50% Deposit Match $50 (100+50)x1 = $150 (100+50)x3 = $450 (100+50)x5 = $750 (100+50)x10 = $1,500
    100% Deposit Match $100 (100+100)x1 = $200 (100+100)x3 = $600 (100+100)x5 = $1,000 (100+100)x10 = $2,000


    Is Sports Betting Legal in NJ (New Jersey)?

    New Jersey was at the forefront of fighting against the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PAPSA), which previously made sports betting illegal in all 50 states. In May of 2018, this law was overturned, giving each state the power to set its own sports betting and internet gaming laws. New Jersey quickly legalized online sports betting, iGaming (online slots), and online poker. New Jersey takes in almost as many bets as Nevada, with other states using it as a benchmark for legislation.

    Are there any prohibited bets in New Jersey?

    Currently, New Jersey residents are prohibited from betting on any college games played in New Jersey. Also, betting on college teams from New Jersey is not permitted. This means you cannot bet on Rutgers, Seton Hall, Farleigh Dickinson, Monmouth, or Princeton, regardless of where they play.

    How old do you have to be to bet on sports in New Jersey?

    Anybody who is 21 years or older can bet on sports in New Jersey. As long as you are 21 and within state lines, you do not have to be a New Jersey resident to bet on sports.

    If you live in New Jersey and travel to a state that does not have legal betting, you will not be able to bet. Your phone or laptop uses geo-technology to make sure you are within state lines. The only people prohibited from betting on sports include athletes, coaches, refs, and other related personnel.

    Do you have to pay taxes on sports betting in NJ?

    According to the IRS, “Gambling winnings are fully taxable, and you must report the income on your tax return.” Form W-2G is used to report gambling winnings and gambling losses, which may be deduced if adequately itemized.

    For online gambling winnings, residents must send in Form W-2G when certain winning thresholds are reached. For example, if a player wins more than $600 or at least 300 times the wager amount, the form must be filled out.

    Is it legal to bet on horse racing in New Jersey?

    It is legal to bet on horse racing in New Jersey. Residents can bet with legal online providers such as TVG, BetAmerica, and TwinSpires. You can not bet on horses from New Jersey sportsbooks, except for BetAmerica, which offers different websites for its sports betting and horse racing products. BetAmerica does not currently offer sports betting to residents of New Jersey.

    Does New Jersey offer an online lottery?

    No, New Jersey does not currently offer an online lottery.

    Is DraftKings sportsbook legal in New Jersey?

    DraftKings is a safe and legal sports betting option for residents of New Jersey. DraftKings obtained its license from Resorts Casino.

    Is FanDuel sportsbook legal in New Jersey?

    FanDuel is a safe and legal sports betting option for residents of New Jersey. FanDuel obtained its license from Meadowlands.

    Is Bovada legal in New Jersey?

    Bovada, BetOnline, and MyBookie are considered offshore sportsbooks and are illegal. These sportsbooks are not approved by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Entertainment, which regulates all legal New Jersey sportsbooks.

    Methodology

    For the first BettingBuck.com annual best online sportsbooks review a total of 2,300 data points were collected over six months and used to score 18 sportsbooks.

    Sports betting sites were scored across seven core categories to compute an overall rating: sports and bets offered, odds, live betting, mobile apps, educational resources, ease of use, and bonuses and promotions.

    Additionally, odds data was collected on over 1,400 bets to give each sportsbook a comparative odds ranking. We collected odds for spread, moneyline, and total bets for over 75 NFL games, 75 MLB games, 75 NBA games, 75 NHL games, 75 Soccer games (various leagues), 75 NCAA Football games, and 75 NCAA Basketball games. When collecting odds, we made sure to collect the same games at the same time for each sportsbook, ensuring data accuracy.



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Joey Shadeck

About the author: Joey Shadeck is the lead writer for BettingBuck.com and content strategist for Michigan-based Reink Media Group. He has closely tracked sports betting in the United States for the last two years, compiling hundreds of data points across dozens of sportsbooks. He has 5 years of online betting experience with hundreds of bets placed during that time.




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