New Jersey is quickly giving Nevada a run for its money in terms of sports gambling. Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the country’s Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act in May 2018, New Jersey has been at the forefront of offering and expanding on its sports betting options for players, both at in-person sportsbooks and online. As such, many sportsbook companies are racing to get into the New Jersey market to take advantage of the lucrative potential. Canadian company theScore is the latest to enter the arena. It received approval from New Jersey’s gaming body to offer an online gaming app to a “select group” of players in New Jersey. A soft launch for theScore will happen by the end of August, and the company hopes its full platform will be available in time for the regular season of the NFL.