Golden Nugget Atlantic City boosts offering with sportsbook additions

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Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget casino, the convincing market leader in New Jersey igaming for January, is now live with its online and mobile sportsbook within the Garden State.

Forming part of the, and expanding agreements alongside Scientific Games and SBTech, patrons can utilise the offering via desktop, Android and iOS application, and are promised a plethora of features, promotions and enhanced odds added daily.

Striving to deliver “one of the largest selection of bets in New Jersey, with pre-match and live bets on more than 14 sports and 90 competitions,” punters can take advantage of a risk-free first bet, with Golden Nugget online casino players also able to use casino winnings to bet on sports “for a seamless user experience”.

Amongst the features is golden lines, an odds boost on specific bets, and parlay boos, an opportunity to increase their winnings on parlay bets by up to 20 per cent, whilst also encapsulating match tracker for live events, providing player and team stats, an interactive visual display of gameplay and a large menu of in-game live betting options.

Thomas Winter, SVP and general manager of Golden Nugget online gaming, commented: “We are very pleased to bring sports betting to our online and mobile casino patrons. We have worked with our partners Scientific Games and SBTech to bring the best that an online casino and sportsbook can offer to New Jersey players.

“The website and apps look really nice, early feedback from patrons is extremely positive and we look forward to adding more innovative features, to make the player’s experience even more exciting and rewarding in the coming months”.

Publishing its latest set of financial information, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed that Golden Nugget’s igaming revenue amounted to $12.1m for January, a 66.9 per cent increase year-on-year from $7.2m, ahead of Resorts Digital, whose $6.4m marked a 65.8 jump from $3.8m.