BetMGM Casino Featuring Blackjack Special Online in New Jersey

Across the United States, residents are trying to stay in their homes and avoid the public, in the hopes of stopping the spread of the coronavirus. For many, boredom has already set in as it becomes more difficult to find things to do. However, for those in certain states like New Jersey, there is the option to play online casino and poker games. BetMGM Casino is one such operator in the state that is now offering a special blackjack bet to invite their players to take part in iGaming.

Play Blackjack Risk-Free

New and existing players of the BetMGM Casino site in New Jersey are invited to take part in a risk-free blackjack bet. The option will be on offer through March 24th, which helps players to try the game at no cost to them. Blackjack players will be able to receive cash back that is equal to their net losses that accrue from the time they opt in till 11:59pm the same day. Players can earn up to $50 in cash back.

To claim this offer, players will need to click on the Bonus tab of BetMGM Casino and choose to opt in for the Risk-Free Blackjack option. Players who do not opt in will not have access to the cashback offer. After opting in, players will be able to play any of the blackjack games at BetMGM including live dealer to use this offer.

At the end of the day a player opts in, the wins will be considered along with losses. If players end up with less money than they started with, then up to $50 will be paid back.

Blackjack is a fun game that players enjoy on a regular basis. However, for some, the game has not been played due to being unsure of how to play or perhaps scared to give the game a try. It is not hard to play and with this risk-free bet, players can easily give the game a try without feeling overwhelmed, especially if blackjack is new to them.

It will not be surprising to see many people taking advantage of this deal as well as logging in to play slots and additional table games.

Boost in iGaming:

With the coronavirus steadily spreading, players are going to log on in higher numbers in New Jersey, as well as Nevada, Delaware and Pennsylvania as they find gaming as a way to spend their time. Many states are asking everyone to stay home in an effort to stop this virus and in states where iGaming is allowed, players have another form of entertainment.

In New Jersey, the offer via BetMGM is surely going to see a spike in player numbers. We shall see in the coming weeks just how the coronavirus and shutdown affect the online gambling industry. Analysts expect that players could possibly log in at record rates, especially considering that casinos are among the businesses that are shut down around the world, including in the United States.

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Rebecca lives in Las Vegas and after completing her degree at Reynolds Journalism school joined the USGS team to pursue her journalism dreams.