MGM Drops Mobile Sportsbook In New Jersey With Borgata’s PlayMGM App
On Wednesday after two-plus weeks of waiting, the MGM-owned Borgata’s playMGM app will give company to the DraftKings Sportsbook, which had fully launched on August 6 and remained the only online sports betting app available in New Jersey.
But wait no more: the playMGM app is available now to New Jersey-based Android users. “The playMGM NJ Sports app is being initially soft-launched on the Android platform, with an iOS version due to launch imminently,” said MGM Resorts International in a statement coinciding with the app’s release. “Through our partnership with GVC Holdings, our mobile betting operations in New Jersey will be delivered on a best-in-class mobile platform that positions us as a leader in technology, accessibility and sports betting expertise” added Scott Butera, MGM Resorts International President of Interactive Gaming.
After zipping around the platform a bit from here in New Jersey, what follows is some initial impressions, notes on what you can bet and some odds and ends.
MGM’s New Jersey Online Sportsbook Available Through Borgata’s and playMGM App Ahead of Football Season
So what can patrons wager on? A lot.
There’s straight bets, futures, props, and parlays all available. The professional (NFL) and college football menus are queued up with a wide variety of different player and team props, futures and totals, such as:
- Most regular season losses by any NFL team: o/u 13 (-110)
- Deshaun Watson regular season touchdown passes o/u 26.5 (-110)
- Kareem Hunt regular season rushing yards o/u 1099.5 (-110)
- Regular season points by Philadelphia Eagles o/u 404.5 (-110)
- Will the Texans make the playoffs? Yes -130, No +110
- Which two teams will make the Super Bowl? For example, Steelers/Saints is 50-1
- Will Grier (West Virginia) regular season passing touchdowns: o/u 35.5 (-110)
- Regular season wins by Nebraska 6.5 (o/EV, u -120)
What can’t folks wager on for now? So far I did not find live or in-play wagering options on playMGM. It’s possible I’m missing them or they simply may not have been introduced yet.
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