William Hill Adds Casino Games To Its Online NJ Sportsbook

  • The William Hill New Jersey sportsbook app has now launched online casino games for customers to enjoy.
  • The sportsbook has now joined the growing NJ online casino market that just had its record monthly revenue numbers with $87.7 million made in August.
  • This launch also comes after an announcement that Caesars Entertainment will be buying William Hill for $3.7 billion.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - The New Jersey William Hill sportsbook app has recently added online casino games to the platform and is now a part of the large online casino gaming market in NJ.

The sportsbook did not make an official announcement or statement about the launch and only existing users of the app would have noticed by the banner ad that reads “William Hill Casino Is Now Live!” on app home screen.

The launch is only of a few games including Blackjack, American Roulette, Casino Hold’em Poker, European Roulette that are available on the app.

There are some popular progressive slots that are available when you use the desktop version of the William Hill platform such as Mercy of Gods, Divine Fortune, and Starburst.

If you want to enjoy the casino games, you can use the shared wallet feature that allows you to share the wallets and apps with sportsbooks and this is a very common feature for many online gambling apps especially in New Jersey.

Joining the NJ online casino market was inevitable for the company because of how successful online gaming is in the state. August was the fourth-straight month that online casino revenue was over $80 million hitting the all-time high of $87.7 million.

The impressive productivity of New Jersey’s online casinos along with William Hill’s already established sport betting customers is a perfect combination for success.

The launch of the casino games on the platform came the same week that it was announced Caesars Entertainment will be buying William Hill for $3.7 billion.

William Hill has already operated the land-based sportsbook at three Caesars Entertainment casinos in Atlantic City and the translation between the two companies is set to close in the second half of 2021.