New Jersey sports betting will be down a sportsbook during Memorial Day weekend as PointsBet deals with an outage.
The spokesperson also confirmed the issue is confined to New Jersey only and does not affect other states. The company did not provide any additional details regarding the situation.
PointsBet goes down in New Jersey
PointsBet tweeted about the outage Friday afternoon:
“Unfortunately, PointsBet’s app will be unavailable in New Jersey until Monday. Please reach out to [email protected] if you have any further questions. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
An error message in the app said the company’s “technology teams are working diligently to restore services.” Memorial Day weekend sports events include the NBA and NHL playoffs, MLB regular season, French Open tennis tournament, and the PGA Tour’s Charles Schwab Challenge.
New Jersey sports betting market
Including PointsBet, there are 23 sportsbooks in the New Jersey market. In April, those sportsbooks handled $926.9 million, a 23.9% jump from April 2021.
PointsBet is licensed through the Meadowlands. The Meadowlands partners – which also include FanDuel and SuperBook – led the state with $33.3 million in April sports betting revenue, or 66.2% of the total reported in New Jersey.
PointsBet growth path
During the company’s most recent quarterly earnings call, PointsBet reported a $577.2 million US handle. The total was up 70% compared to the same quarter in 2021.
The operator is eyeing launches in at least four more states, including: