Bettors are waiting for the legalization of bets on the “Oscar” in New Jersey

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New Jersey is awaiting a state-approved non-sports betting bill to go into effect. We are talking about the film award “Oscar” and food contests. The document will regulate the possibility of accepting such bets and will allow players to bet up to $100 on Oscar events and eating competitions. It was legal to bet on the Oscars in New Jersey before, but it required the issuance of a special regulation by the department of games control in the state. As My Lucky Story reported, the Ohio sports betting bill will be ready in April this year, according to the state Senate. Earlier it became known that the legislators of North Dakota opposed gambling and denied the residents of the state to vote on the legalization of sports betting. Recall that residents and guests of South Dakota are waiting for autumn, when it is expected that it will be possible to engage in sports betting in this state.

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