Hard Rock Atlantic City Launches Sports Betting Ahead of the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and Hard Rock Atlantic City wants to maximise on it. They got a nod from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to accept sports betting wagers from their website.
New Jersey gamblers will be able to wager on various kinds of sport including the upcoming Super Bowl, which is the biggest sporting event in the US. Hard Rock Atlantics City has teamed up with Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) to bring betting on sports to the residents of New Jersey.
Betting on the Hard Rock Atlantic City Site
As we have mentioned, bettors will be able to place their wagers via the Hard Rock Atlantic City’s website. Bettors have the option to bet on sports such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and college sports. However, in the college sports category excludes betting on colleges that are based in New Jersey or games that happen within the state.
The company also made sure that bettors will also be able to make bets on mobile devices. However, they are only limited to Android and iOS.
Land Based Sport Betting
There is also the option to visit the actual hotel and casino resort to make wagers. This, however, is the soft launch to the real sportsbook that will be launched at the premises. The Hard Rock AC has become the eighth resort or company to launch sports betting in New Jersey.
With the land-based sportsbook, Hard Rock is also working with GiG. The venue will host services such as the GiG Trader, GiG Sports Connect and GiG Goal. GiG also runs the company’s online casino. It made sense for them to work on the sports betting site.
Comments from Hard Rock AC
According to Senior Vice President Kresimir Spajic, the launch of the sportsbook site is a milestone on their journey to becoming the most innovative and comprehensive online gaming service in New Jersey. He went on to say that sports is an integral part of New Jersey culture and they are providing the best platform for fans to bet on sporting events and their favourite teams.