The Borgata in New Jersey was the first casino in Atlantic City to accept a sports wager. Now, on June 29, they will be home to another spectacle, the “Moneyline Bar & Book“.

In a recent press release, A Borgata rep stated that the Moneyline sportsbook and Level One Bar project was designed with the “sports enthusiast in mind”. The overall project has cost more than $12 million and will lock the Borgata in as the top NJ sports betting destination.

The Moneyline Bar & Book will be located directly across from the current temporary Race & Sports Book location within the casino.

Borgata MoneyLine Bar & Book Details

The Moneyline Bar & Book has a massive 40-foot wide by 11.5-foot tall LED video wall, with seventeen additional 98-inch and 86-inch displays around the 8,000 square foot facility.

In addition, the book will also have a 35-foot-long sports bar and 19 built-in slot machines, with 24 craft beers on tap and a full menu, highlighted by the signature Moneyline Burger.

The MoneyLine dining options are by executive chef Tom Biglin. Check out a sneak-peek of some menu options:

Braised-sirloin chili
Signature MoneyLine burger
Giant Bavarian pretzel with stone ground mustard
Fried fish tacos
24-tap craft beer list

There will also be high-top tables and areas to charge cell phones, U-shaped booths and exclusive banquette-style seating in the VIP lounge. Bettors will be able to place bets at one of the six windows or use a sports betting kiosk.

Level One Sports Bar Borgata

According to the Borgata press release, Level One will reignite Borgata’s nightlife brand presenting a space for experimental cocktail programming and table service packages with live music and DJ entertainment.

Connected to the Moneyline Sportsbook via an escalated corridor, Level One’s design features a pop of Peacock greens, copper, and cork-inspired wall-coverings. Featuring glass link chandeliers over four blackjack tables, the 3,600-square-foot venue will offer customizable seating with lounge chairs, sofas, and ottomans for private groups.

Marcus Glover, President & Chief Operating Officer for Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. “When conceiving Moneyline and Level One we knew we wanted to provide our guests with an experience that was more than a transactional venue for sports wagering. We felt Borgata’s guests deserved something that would advance the market by bringing together sports, culinary, entertainment, gaming, and nightlife into a destination experience they can enjoy seven nights a week.”

FAQ

Hours of Operation?

Monday-Friday: Open at 11 am
Saturday and Sunday: Open at 9 am

How old do you need to be to enter?

You must be 21 years old to enter.

Is there an online app?

Yes. Bettors can make bets via online and mobile app in the state of New Jersey by visiting BorgataSports.com. Upon registering and making a deposit, there is a $250 risk-free sports bet.

How to make a bet?

There are three options:

1. At the betting window
2. A self-service kiosk
3. Online/Mobile app

Borgata Online Sports Betting

Borgata made history last June when it became the first Atlantic City casino to accept a legal sports wager. Recently launched the BorgataSports.com website and mobile sports-betting app now allows NJ sports bettors to bet at any time within the state borders. Borgata now joins 14 active NJ online Sportsbooks. That number is expected to hit 20 before the end of 2019. In partnership with GVC Holdings, BorgataSports.com features a full range of U.S. and selected international sports with customers able to sign-up, deposit and withdraw cash directly from their mobile devices from any location in New Jersey.

It will be very interesting to see how the Borgata online sportsbook and mobile app competes against FanDuel Sportsbook and DraftKings Sportsbook. The name recognition for Borgata locally is certainly a big advantage, but the betting technology and mobile app does not look to be top of the line.

Jason Ziernicki

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Jason Ziernicki