What’s the hype around Borgata sportsbook? Borgata’s online operations are coordinated by two of the biggest names in gambling; MGM Resorts International and Entain Holdings. Throw in the fact that the hotel is home to NJ’s largest casino, and players are right to expect great things.
So, does the brand live up to the hype? On the whole, we think they do a pretty good job!
There’s a welcome bonus worth up to $1,000, and 19 different sports to bet on, with over 250 betting options per match in some of those. Regular odds boosts on parlay bets help sweeten the deal, and the football odds are great by our count.
Nothing is perfect, and there are areas we identify in our Borgata sportsbook review that could use a bit of polish, including their live odds, the amount of betting options per match, and the low number of existing-player promos.
We cover everything from sports and bonuses to customer service and website interface in our review of Borgata’s sportsbook, so let’s dive right in and arm you with all the details you’ll need to get playing.
Pros and cons
- Loads of betting options
- Live data and streaming
- Fair wagering requirements
- Low odds on live betting
- Not many recurring bonuses
- No esports
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|Company behind||MGM Resorts International|
Disclaimer! This Borgata online sportsbook review is based on the NJ product. At the time of writing, it’s the only active site, though PA is likely to launch soon. Any differences between the two will be illustrated in the States section of this review, and we’ll update this description as soon as another state magics its way into existence.
Borgata sportsbook promo and bonus code
Borgata always makes me hungry, because it sounds like Burrata, and I like pizza. But does the Borgata sportsbook satisfy my hunger for great bonuses? On the whole, it does good work.
The betting bunch will be welcomed to Borgata sportsbook with a risk-free first bet offer of up to $1,000. This is above-average for what you can expect to find at US sports betting sites, but it’s not unique. To give a comprehensive Borgata sportsbook review, we feel compelled to say that while there aren’t many sports bonuses better than this, there are a fair few that match it.
The Borgata sportsbook bonus is super simple to get; once your account is verified. The promotion is automatically applied, and you won’t need any sort of Borgata sportsbook promo code to activate it. All you have to do is make your first bet, and up to $1,000 will be refunded in bonus cash if you lose.
|Sign-up bonus||Risk-free bet up to $1,000|
|Wagering requirements||Can immediately cash out winnings after a free bet|
|No deposit bonus||No|
|Deposit match bonus||No|
|Other bonuses||Odd boosts on parlays|
|Borgata sportsbook bonus code||Not needed|
If your bet is equal to $49 or under, you’ll receive one free bet for the full value of your bonus cash. If your first bet at Borgata sportsbook is $50 or more, you’ll receive five free bets, each worth 20% of your bonus cash. A full $1,000 bonus cash refund will manifest as 5x $200 bets.
Note, you can’t cash out the bonus money itself — you’ll have to wager it, and then cash out any winnings. Fortunately, there don’t seem to be any other wagering restrictions, both for wagering requirements and for odds.
We sometimes see sportsbooks asking for bonus cash to be wagered 2x-6x over before a cashout is available, and it’s not super-rare to see operators cap their bonus cash betting odds at around -200. So, good news on that front in this Borgata online sportsbook review.
The downside is that there aren’t too many other regular promotions. It’s mostly just odd boosts on parlays that we’re seeing, and other sportsbooks run quite a few options, sometimes up to 10. More on this in the expert section below. Also, free bets must be used within 7 days of them being credited to your account.
You can participate in the M Life Rewards loyalty program when betting on sports, but it’s limited. You can earn tier credits by wagering and enjoy some VIP benefits as you tick up the ranks. But you can’t earn rewards credits, which are only available on casino play.
- Good cash value for bonus
- Easy to fulfil wagering requirements
- Not many recurring bonuses
- Refund is in bonus cash, not real cash
So, as far as sportsbook offers go, Borgata’s is certainly on the creamier side for the US betting market. But it’s far from flawless. Let’s start with the good — $1,000 is a fair chunk of cash, more than what a lot of competitors are offering. Pala, for example, only offers a $500 risk-free welcome. It’s also nice that you don’t need a Borgata sportsbook bonus code to claim the promotion; cases where bettors have missed out on bonuses only eligible on a first bet are rare, but not unheard of. There don’t seem to be any odds limitations either, which adds to the perks side of things.
So what about the downsides? I immediately find it a bit weird that bets are broken down into specific increments of 20% of the refund. But more importantly, I’m just not too impressed at risk-free bets in general, even if they are the most common type of sportsbook promotion out there, and Borgata’s is a pretty good one.
What’re the alternatives, then? I like deposit matches, because risk-free promos only kick in if your first bet loses. I’d rather just win my bet, thank you very much. With a deposit match like SugarHouse’s, you take advantage of the bonus whether you win or lose. True, it only goes up to $250, but I’d rather have $250 of guaranteed extra betting cash, than $1,000 I have to wager and win on to ‘compensate’ for the $1,000 my first bet lost.
Speaking of having to wager refunded cash from a risk-free bet, it’s not uncommon at all, but don’t be fooled into thinking it’s the only option. Unibet’s risk-free promo only refunds up to $250, but it refunds it in cash rather than bonus cash, so it’s ‘more-risk-free.’ No extra wagering required there.
One more thing i’d mention is the lack of offers for existing players. Borgata offers regular boosts on parlays, which are a big plus. But SugarHouse and Unibet sportsbook offer more. They throw in stuff little extra profit boosts, or a few drops of bonus cash on certain sports at least once a week.
My Borgata sportsbook review verdict: It’s good, but the bonus offerings aren’t tip-top tier.
Additional bonus details
Borgata sportsbook promo code
Plenty of people are still searching for Borgata sportsbook promo codes, but we’re here to tell you to chill out. You don’t need one. The risk-free bet promo is applied automatically once you’ve gone ahead and verified your account, which you’ll need to do anyway before making an eligible first bet.
Sports and markets at the Borgata sportsbook
When scrolling down the A-Z list of sports on the left side of the Borgata online sportsbook, review writers (or more likely, sports bettors), will clock 19 different sports available to bet on. These range from your popular picks like football, basketball, soccer and baseball, all the way to darts, and pool.
Between 15 to 24ish options is quite normal, so Borgata places itself nicely within industry expectations, and certainly on the stronger side of those.
|Total number of sports to bet on||19|
|Bet options per match (football)||~106|
|Bet options per match (basketball)||~48|
|Bet options per day (top 5 sports)||~545|
|Alternative options (esports, politics etc)||No|
The number of individual betting options you’ve got for top sports is promising too, with football coming in at 130+ different wagers per game, and around 48 for basketball. Seeing as the top is about 150 for the former and for the latter, our Borgata sportsbook review’s gotta give the brand a shoutout here, it’s practically at the top.
That being said, strong outliers already blow these numbers out of the water, SugarHouse offers 100+ for basketball.
Downsides: you can only really bet on sports. Esports, politics and entertainment bets aren’t available as of yet. Another small thing worth noting; even though the individual bets available are strong for football, basketball and even soccer (256 different bet options on a particular UCL match), tennis was a little less impressive, with a quite average 60 options coming in. Hockey was even a bit below average, there were only 75 options while we were writing our Borgata online sportsbook review.
Sports and markets rating
- Loads of betting options for football and soccer
- Fewer options on the smaller sports
- No esports or politics
I think the headline for this section pretty much says it all. If you’re into NFL, NBA or the college equivalents, you’re gonna have a good time at Borgata’s online sportsbook. If you’re into European or international soccer, even more so. I love European soccer, and it’s great I can bet on the EPL or Bundesliga if I want to do so.
You really can bet on tons of international soccer leagues though. I guess that one guy in the far reaches of Hoboken who wants to bet on Mqabba FC taking down Fgura United on the small island of Malta will have a great time.
Beyond the big-money sports markets, best I can offer you is a nonchalant shrug. You can bet on all the tennis, table tennis, hockey, MMA, darts, pool, lacrosse, snooker, boxing, cricket, F1, rugby (league & union) etc. that you want, but expect fewer options per match. In Borgata’s defence, the betting options available are quite solid, but I guess I wanted more. Borgata is NJ’s largest gambling hotel, I’m sure they can stick together something spicier if they really put their heads to it.
There aren’t any options for esports or other non-physical entertainment — that won’t affect most players, but you might as well hop on over to the next operator if you’re looking to bet on NA LCS or something.
My TLDR for the bets in this Borgata sportsbook review: 100% for most players, but if you’re looking for fringe stuff and you were hoping that one of the US’s biggest betting names could provide, you might be disappointed.
Betting features at Borgata
So, yes. As you’d imagine, bettors can make sports bets at the Borgata sportsbook, on app or on desktop. No prizes for knowing that. But, is that all you can do? Let’s run through the fancy features at Borgata’s NJ sportsbook:
You can cash out early on most bets, and live odds update very frequently, especially in quick-fire sports like tennis. A bet builder hovers on the right side of the screen, allowing you to set up parlays on various different outcomes across games.
Clicking through sports and finding the desired matches is quite intuitive. The navigation system isn’t perfect (more on that in the platform section), but you’re never more than a few clicks away from making your desired bet.
Betting features rating
- Live data and streaming
- Live odds updates
- Build your own bets
- Live data could be improved
- No other systems than parlay
This is one area where our review of Borgata online sportsbook is overwhelmingly positive. It’s got just about everything we want, and it performs to a high standard across the board, even though it’s not perfect.
The highlights: Cashout, live betting, live data and live streaming, bet builders with parlay, round robin and trixies, available.
So, why isn’t our Borgata sportsbook review slapping a big 100/100 on the betting site’s butt?
There’s room for polish. While you’ve got your parlays, other betting systems are quite sparse. That’s not all on Borgata, it’s a failing you’ll find across practically all the US betting market. You’re highly unlikely to find something like a Heinz in the US.
The other thing is the live data. It’s there, but it’s not as detailed as it could be. When we watched tennis, important match stats like aces and double faults came up between games, but there was very little available in-game. What we could see on individual points was the direction of the serve, which is okay.
For soccer, a few stats were available, but it was only goals, corners, cards, penalties, and substitutions, along with the head-to-head history of the two teams. Key stuff that could help you judge how the game was going, like possession, chances created, shots on target etc. was all missing. My Borgata sportsbook review needs a few more chocolate chips in the cookie before I can call the site perfect, but it’s very close.
Borgata sports betting odds
We sample a bunch of the games available at random times, and convert the odds into percentages to see how much of a house edge the sportsbook keeps over its bettors. The Borgata sportsbook odds are pretty decent, but they’re certainly not the best ever.
We clocked in the general payout across a few different sports at around 94.70%, which is above the low tier where we often see around 93%, but it’s a far cry from the 97%+ of our dream sportsbooks. However, good news if you’re a football fan, we clocked in the payouts at around 96.18%, which is damn near the top. The Borgata sportsbook payouts are somewhere between medium and good on the B-ball side, with our calculations coming in at around 95.51%.
|Highest available||96.18%, football|
|Boosted odds||Yes, on parlays|
It was the live odds at Borgata sportsbook that proved disappointing, clocking in at around 91.58%. We always expect live odds to be lower, to make up for the advantage players have by seeing the sports playing out, but the fact they’re sub-92% is a letdown.*
* data gathered 22nd Nov 2021
- Decent odds on major sports
- Boosted odds on parlays
- Easy to see odds and make in-play bets
- In-play odds are a little weak
Not too much to say here that hasn’t been covered above, but we’ll give the comparison breakdown. I tend to start getting very disappointed at in-play payouts at around the 92% mark, and I’m super happy when they’re around 96%. Hence, the 91.5ish number we’re quoting in our Borgata online sportsbook review leaves something to be desired.
For non-live stuff, adjust with a +1%. Time2play’s data-driven rating system gets us disappointed at 93%, over the moon at 97%, and usually quite happy in the middle. That’s where I find Borgata doing well. The football payouts in particular clock in at over 96%, so you and your fellow Borgata bettors should have a good time.
Sweetening the deal on the Borgata sportsbook odds are the parlay boosts, which increase your sportsbook payouts once you’re making those longer-shot accumulating bets.
Payments — 13 choices at Borgata
Borgata sportsbook NJ offers its patrons 13 main ways to deposit and withdraw money, 14 if you count the option to withdraw by having a check mailed to you. This is at the top for US-based betting sites, as you’ll rarely see more than that. SugarHouse and Golden Nugget offer 10 and 11, respectively, and they’re great operators. 7-10 is pretty common.
We’ve got to toss the Borgata sportsbook some extra review points too, since it covers all the main options players could want. From card with Visa, Mastercard, and AMEX, e-wallets with PayPal, ACH with VIP Preferred, and even cash with PayNearMe and the casino cage. Their own Play+ card is always nice to see, as Play+ often has strong deposit/withdrawal limits and relatively quick money movement.
Borgata scores well here not just because of the number of payment providers, but the quality. The sportsbook is serviced by some of the most reputable names in the money industry, which is a huge golden checkmark in our book.
Full list: Visa, Discover, Play +, AMEX, VIP Preferred, PayPal, Paynearme, Mastercard, Skrill, Apple Pay, online banking (multiple options).
|Total number of payment methods||13|
|Best||Casino cage, Play+, PayPal|
|Minimum deposit||$10 (all)|
|Maximum deposit||$50,000 (PayPal)|
|Minimum withdrawal||$10 (all)|
|Maximum withdrawal||$25,000 (PayPal)|
|Average deposit time||Instant|
|Average withdrawal time||Up to 24 hours (PayPal, Play+, Skrill, Visa)|
No fees are charged for deposits and withdrawals (at least from Borgata’s side). Their payment policy pages are detailed, and easy to find even for non-registered users. They’re not perfect, missing some details like the minimum and maximum deposits and withdrawals per-payment-method, but these can be found in the cashier section of the site once you’re signed up.
- No operator fees
- All major transaction methods available
- Decent withdrawal speed
- Some withdrawal methods need deposits first
13 payment methods is a very strong offering, if not a world-shaking one (we’d expect 15+ for that). Honestly, everything’s looking great here. You can pay in basically any way you can think of, and a few of the more popular deposit methods have withdrawal times of ~1 day. Seeing as 2-3 days is quite average for the US market, it’s nice from Borgata. No operator fees and good minimum and maximum limits, double nice.
The one slightly negative twist to the tale is that some withdrawal methods aren’t available unless you’ve made a deposit with the same payment method in the last six months. If you tend to stick to the one thing, like being a PayPal purist for both your deposits and withdrawals, this probably won’t bug you. Same if you like to bet pretty regularly. But it presents a potential minor inconvenience that ticks me off — because any hurdle to letting players just get their frikkin’ money ticks me off.
Still, I may be pedantic. On the whole, great payment offering, and don’t let that little twist distract you from the fact that I’m giving the payments section a 92 in this Borgata online sportsbook review.
Safety: Nothing special, but all green flags
As an approved, legal, and licensed New Jersey sports betting site, Borgata sportsbook is 100% safe.
|Responsible gambling seals||NJDGE|
|Number of licenses||1|
|Self-imposed spending limits||Yes|
|Parent company||MGM Resorts International|
Bettors will find an NJDGE licensing seal on the website, and a Responsible Gambling section which links to various help organizations such as 800GAMBLER.
It also explains the responsible gambling tools available at Borgata’s sportsbook. Whether you want to limit your deposits, your play time, or just take a break of predetermined length from betting, Borgata’s got tools to help you cover your back.
The website is encrypted with SSL to keep your info safe, and strong authentication and account verification are used to make sure no one else plays with your money.
- All safety procedures present
- Only operating as a sportsbook in one state
Let’s start with the cons. Why is only operating as a sportsbook in one state a problem? Well, it’s not really. But I always feel safer at betting sites that are operating in multiple states, it means more auditors and local licensing boards are keeping an eye on their operations. Still, the NJDGE is the premier auditor in the US, and the fact that this site’s full title is technically Borgata sportsbook NJ means that it’s licensed by a super-competent authority.
The MGM brand works with massive names in the gambling industry, including Entrain, LadBrokes and Enlabs. The Borgata itself is an award-winning gambling destination, and all its gambling operations are greenlit by the New Jersey Division of Gaming enforcement. There are enough security names and votes-of-confidence from reputable parties to demonstrate the reliability of the Borgata sportsbook.
Despite the good reputation, it’s worth remembering the actual safety features they offer; and it’s all good on that front. From gambling safety tools to account security procedures, the book ties it up nicely, scoring a 90% in our Borgata online sportsbook review.
For a top score, Borgata could improve by operating in more states, and by operating its own Responsible Gambling platform.
Borgata sportsbook customer service — 24/7 live chat and phone
Our one-line review of the Borgata online sportsbook customer service options:
The actual service is great, but it’s blocked from a perfect score by some clunkiness on the web design side. We’ll attack that imperfection in the expert rating box.
The really good stuff: live chat operates 24/7, and there are phone and email options for bettors who prefer those versions. Help and FAQ sections help to solve the simpler stuff. On average, you can only expect to find two or three of these options at most spots, and 24/7 live chats are still quite rare, with most operating daily, but signing off around 2AM.
|Borgata sportsbook email||Via web form|
|Borgata sportsbook phone number||(+1 877) 448-5833|
|On-page support||Help pages and FAQs|
Live chat tests went smoothly, we never had to queue for more than a minute, and three to five minutes is quite average. Most top places will be chatting with you within one to three minutes.
Responses took a little longer than queuing, but that’s only to be expected, especially when the Borgata sportsbook customer support agents had to check stuff with other departments for us. Response quality varied depending on when we checked.
All queries were eventually resolved, but it did take a little longer (although never more than 10 minutes, even for complicated stuff) with the late-night staff as opposed to the regular-hours guys.
- Can contact in plenty of ways
- Queuing is fast
- The contact page is hiding
Text: No one likes talking to customer support, but the Borgata folks were polite and reasonably helpful. FanDuel and SugarHouse still take my prizes for the nicest support staff, but Borgata’s doing well enough.
The staff always made sure to keep me in the loop and let me know when I was going to be put on hold for a few minutes while they took my questions to the higher-ups. That was considerate, and took a lot of frustration out of the process.
Queue times were very fast, and my questions were all resolved in the end. I was never thrown a link to a random FAQ page and disconnected. That may not sound like a high bar, but when it comes to customer support, we’ve all hit a few brick walls in our time.
The downside is finding the contact page. It’s like they intentionally try to hide it. I’m just gonna put this in point form to save you time:
1. Click the help & contact button on the top right.
2. Click a random FAQ category.
3. Click a random question.
4. Then, you’ll finally get a ‘do you need more help?’ button.
5. Click that magic button, and it’ll take you to the juicy land of contact details.
Honestly, can’t complain about the customer support, it’s really good. But my Borgata online sportsbook review verdict is: hire a new web designer.
Additional support details
Borgata sportsbook customer support: how to contact
We feel your pain. We don’t know why Borgata hides their customer service page, but we’ll tell you how to get there, and how to find the Borgata sportsbook phone number. Short version, the number is (+1 877) 448-5833.
If you’d prefer to use Borgata live chat or email, you’ll need to find their customer service page, which is hidden in Narnia. Here’s how to get there:
- As you’d imagine, use the help and contact button in the top corner
- You’ll see weird list of categories instead of the support details, don’t panic
- Click a category
- Click a question within the category
- A ‘do you need more help?’ button will appear under the answer
- Click that
We know it sucks, but we hope our guide helps.
Platform: great, but room for small improvements
Let’s highlight the important stuff our review of Borgata sportsbook needs to cover here:
- Registration involves 9 fields and 11 clicks. That takes a max of 3 minutes.
- The welcome bonus is applied automatically, so no hurdles there.
- The sportsbook app for Borgata is pretty much the same as the desktop site.
- The website is very easy to navigate through, the sports are clearly laid out in the header and sidebar.
- It’s easy to click through the different leagues, competitions, once you’ve found your sport.
- The above is fortunate because the search bar kinda sucks.
|Sticky live chat||No|
|User experience rating||Fair|
|Other verticals||Poker, Casino, Bingo|
The bonus is applied automatically, and you won’t need a Borgata sportsbook promo code or anything to get that in. However, it’s only applied once you verify your account. You won’t be able to place a bet until you’re verified though, so there’s no real chance of you missing the Borgata sportsbook bonus.
Supported operating systems
- Mobile and desktop are equally good
- Very easy to find your sports and games
- Easy signup and bonus claim
- The. Search. Bar.
“Okay Ian,” I imagine you asking, “what’s wrong with the search bar?”
“Well dear reader,” I imagine myself replying, “I’m really not sure what the fudgebiscuit it’s meant to do.”
I don’t think it’s just broken, because if I type in ‘NFL’, NFL stuff comes up and I can bet on it. If I type in ‘football’, ‘basketball’ or ‘NBA’, we’re good there too. But if I type in anything about any other sport, all I get is ‘no results.’ I think you’re meant to be able to search for teams too, because when I typed in UCL, I got a UCLA match I could bet on. Now, call this a hot take, but I think the European Champions’ League for soccer is probably important enough to merit an appearance.
Typing in ‘soccer’, ‘tennis’ or ‘boxing’ didn’t do anything either. Honestly, it’s not the biggest deal in the world, I could still find all the stuff I wanted to bet on by going through the very lovely and very intuitive header bar and sidebars, which helped me get to all the matches I could possibly want, on all my favorite sports. But if you’re going to include a search bar, it’d be real nice if you could make it, like, search.
Okay, I’m going to cut the complaining here, because honestly, Borgata does the rest really well. Finding matches and odds is easy, building your bets is easy, signing up is easy, and getting your bonus is automatic. That’s super-easy. The NJ Borgata sportsbook on mobile is just as intuitive, in fact, it looks practically the same as the desktop version.
While on desktop, you easily hop on over to the poker and casino verticals too, if you want to build up a diverse betting portfolio. If you’re on the Borgata sportsbook app, you’ll need to download the whole casino thing separately.
On the whole, you’ll have a good time and find everything you need here, just save yourself some pain and don’t try to find it using the search bar. (Unless you exclusively bet on football, basketball, and hockey, I guess).
Borgata online sportsbook available states
The Borgata sportsbook is currently only available in NJ. However, as we cover in our Borgata online casino review, Borgata operates in PA too. We expect that the sportsbook will show up there soon enough. Borgata is also linked heavily with BetMGM, a brand that operates sports betting in 10+ states, so there’s a lot of room for growth if the brand decides to expand.
Borgata sportsbook New Jersey summary:
- $1,000 risk-free first bet
- Bet on 19 different sports
- 13 different payment methods
- General payouts of 94.70%
- 24/7 customer support
- Native iOS and Android apps
- Licensed by the NJDGE
- Withdraw-by-check available
Our overall online sportsbook review of Borgata totals out the rating score to 85, and you don’t need me to tell you that’s way closer to 100% than it is to failing.
The bonus is super-solid, not many spots are willing to give out up to $1,000, even if it is in bonus cash. The odds are pretty solid, especially being 95%+ on basketball and 96%+ on football, though the live odds of just under 92% certainly have room for improvement.
The 19 sports available to bet on is a good solid number, though it is disappointing that stuff like esports and politics don’t make a show at the sportsbook associated with one of the most prominent Atlantic City betting houses. The Borgata sportsbook app is available for iOS and Android devices, or you can place bets through the web browser.
There are 13 payment methods and the 24/7 customer service is of great convenience to players, and I don’t discount the value of that. The one area that really needs improvement is site navigation, the search bar is a bit wonky and finding the customer support page has more hurdles than you’d want if you’re stressing over account problems.
Fortunately, the search bar issues can be stepped around pretty easily, since finding sports and games by clicking through the headers and sidebars is a very intuitive experience.
All in all, its better than most, but there are clear areas where Borgata could improve.
Which states is Borgata online sportsbook legal in?
At the time of writing, Borgata online sportsbook is only legal in New Jersey. However,
Is there a bonus code for Borgata sportsbook?
There aren’t any promo codes for Borgata sportsbook, but that’s a good thing. Your welcome bonus of a risk-free bet up to $1,000 is applied automatically on account verification. Details can be found in our bonus section.
How many sports can I bet on at Borgata?
At the time of writing, you can bet on 19 different sports, including all the big ones like football, basketball, hockey, baseball and soccer. While the list goes pretty far down with pool, and snooker, there aren’t any non-traditional events, like chess, esports, or politics. We elaborate in the sports section of our Borgata sportsbook review.
How to contact Borgata sportsbook customer service?
Cheat sheet: the Borgata sportsbook customer service phone number is (+1 877) 448-5833. You can also contact them through live chat, or email through a web form on their website. However it’s annoying to find. We break down the process in our customer support section , but here’s the TLDR: Just hit the help and contact button in the top right, then click through random questions till you get the ‘do you need more help’ prompt, and hit ‘yes’.
How do I download the Borgata sportsbook app?
You can get the Borgata sportsbook app by downloading it from the App Store for iOS, or the Google Play Store for Android. While gambling apps were previously barred from the Play Store, they’re now available. If it’s not coming up for you, it’s likely because you’re out-of-state, or your phone thinks you are. Try turning off any VPNs or mock locations. However, do note that you will not be able to place bets if you are out of state when using the app (which you shouldn’t do anyway, that’s illegal). Sportsbook geolocation software is better than your VPN, but your VPN is better than the Play Store.
Does Borgata sportsbook have good odds?
Borgata’s sportsbook has great odds in some areas, but definitely not all. Our data-driven rating system is based on market averages throughout the US, so here’s how things stand, judging by a comprehensive look at the competitive landscape. Bad odds are those that total out to under 93% (or under 92% for in-play bets), while the best odds are 97% or higher (or 96% for in-play). Borgata comes in at 94.70 overall, but does great on some big sports, coming in at 96.18% for football and 95.51% for basketball, by our calculations. More details in our odds rating section.