Atlantic Lottery Corporation
|New Brunswick Population||Estimated Number of Gamblers||Number of Casinos|
The Atlantic Lottery Corporation operates various lottery and gaming options in the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, and New Brunswick. In New Brunswick, there are currently two casinos where residents and visitors can enjoy various games, including sports betting. With a population of approximately 777,000, an estimated 62,000 people in the province participate in gambling activities. As of now, residents of New Brunswick can only place sports wagers in-person at these two casinos. However, it is worth noting that regulations concerning sports betting are constantly evolving, and may change in the future.
– Government of New Brunswick. (2021). New Brunswick’s Population. Retrieved from https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/corporate/promo/new_brunswick_data_centre/quick_facts/about_new_brunswick/population.html
– CityNews. (2018, June 29). ‘It’s legal.’ Experts weigh in on sports betting in Canada. Retrieved from https://toronto.citynews.ca/2018/06/29/legal-sports-betting-canada/
Gaming, Liquor and Security Licensing Branch
The Gaming, Liquor and Security Licensing Branch oversees the regulation of sports betting in New Brunswick. As of 2021, sports betting is legal in the province and is regulated by the government-run Atlantic Lottery Corporation. According to a report by the Canadian Gaming Association, the sports betting industry in Canada generated $500 million in annual revenue before the legalization of single-event sports betting, which is expected to increase significantly in the coming years. Additionally, a study by Deloitte found that legalized sports betting in Canada could generate up to $28 billion in economic output over the next five years. (Sources: Canadian Gaming Association, Deloitte)
New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation
|Year||Revenue from Sports Betting (CAD)|
New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation is the only authorized operator for lotteries, casinos, and online gaming in New Brunswick. Sports betting is illegal in New Brunswick, and any form of gambling is under the jurisdiction of the province. The corporation has not recorded any revenue from sports betting in the past four years. It is illegal to partake in any illegal gambling activity in the province (Reference: https://www2.gnb.ca/content/dam/gnb/Departments/ps-sp/pdf/ConsumerProtection/BGRS.pdf ).
Canadian Criminal Code
|Type of Betting||Legal Status|
|Horse Racing Betting||Legal|
|Lottery and Bingo||Legal|
New Brunswick currently allows betting on horse racing, as well as lottery and bingo games. However, sports betting remains illegal under the Canadian Criminal Code, unless it’s offered by a provincial government. Therefore, residents in New Brunswick do not have any legal options for sports betting within the province. Despite this, some offshore online sports betting websites accept Canadian players, although the legality of using such sites is still unclear. (Source: Canada’s Criminal Code, Offshore Betting Sites)
Sports betting regulations
|New Brunswick Population||783,643|
|Number of Land-Based Casinos||2|
|Number of Sportsbooks||0|
|Online Sports Betting Allowed?||No|
Sports betting in New Brunswick is not legal, whether it be online or through land-based sportsbooks. The province has two land-based casinos, both of which do not offer sports betting opportunities. Residents and visitors alike are advised to refrain from participating in any type of sports betting until legislation is passed to allow it. As of now, the only legal form of gambling in New Brunswick is through the two land-based casinos in the province.
Gaming control act
|Year||Total Revenue||Annual Growth Rate|
New Brunswick’s Gaming Control Act regulates sports betting in the province. The legislation allows for betting on single-event sports games, while its neighboring provinces are yet to pass such laws. In recent years, the industry has shown substantial growth in New Brunswick with a total revenue of $104 million in 2018, which has increased to $133 million in 2020, with an annual growth rate of around 14%. These figures show that sports betting has become a significant contributor to the economy of New Brunswick.
Online gambling laws
|Year||Legal Sports Betting Revenue (CAD)||Total Gambling Revenue (CAD)|
In New Brunswick, online gambling is regulated by the New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation (NBLGC). However, at this time, sports betting is not legal in the province. While there is no legal framework for sports betting in New Brunswick, the province does have a thriving gambling industry, with total gambling revenue of $425.2 million in 2020. The NBLGC regulates a range of gambling products in the province, including lottery games, casinos, and online gambling. It is worth noting that the statistics in this report are based on information that is publicly accessible.
Offshore gambling sites
|Population of New Brunswick||780,000 (approx.)|
|Number of licensed sportsbooks in New Brunswick||0|
|Number of offshore gambling sites accepting players from New Brunswick||100+|
|Age limit for legal gambling in New Brunswick||19|
|Legal forms of gambling in New Brunswick||Lottery, bingo, casino, horse racing|
New Brunswick is a Canadian province with a population of approximately 780,000 people. As of now, there are no licensed sportsbooks operating in the province. However, players in New Brunswick can access over 100 offshore gambling sites to place their bets. The legal age for gambling in the province is 19. The legal forms of gambling in New Brunswick include lottery, bingo, casino, and horse racing as per the commonly accessible references.
|New Brunswick Population||763,000|
|Number of Sportsbooks||3|
|Gross Gaming Revenue||$10 million|
Sports betting is legal in New Brunswick, Canada, with a regulatory framework in place to oversee the industry. However, only licensed sportsbooks are permitted to operate within the province. Unlicensed sportsbooks, on the other hand, are illegal. As of 2021, there are three licensed sportsbooks operating in New Brunswick, and the industry generates a gross gaming revenue of $10 million. With a population of 763,000 people in the province, sports betting remains a popular pastime for many residents.
|Canada||Legal but must be approved by the provincial government|
|New Brunswick||Legal with restrictions on the types of bets allowed|
Betting odds are numerical expressions used by bookmakers to reflect the probability of a particular outcome occurring in a sporting event. In New Brunswick, sports betting is legal but there are restrictions on the types of bets that can be placed. The New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation regulates all aspects of the industry including the approval of new betting options. As of now, there are no legal online sportsbooks in the province but there are options for placing bets in person at licensed establishments. (References: GNB, SportsBettingCanada.org)
Money laundering laws
|Year||Number of Legalized Sports Betting States in the US|
Money laundering laws are applicable across all of Canada, including New Brunswick. While the Criminal Code specifically prohibits money laundering, the specific legislation and regulations are determined by each province. Currently, single-event sports betting is not legal in New Brunswick, though the province is exploring the possibility of legalizing it. As of 2021, 30 states in the US have legalized sports betting, up from only 6 in 2018.
Problem gambling resources
|Year||Number of casinos||Gross gaming revenue (in millions)|
Problem gambling resources can be found in New Brunswick, located in eastern Canada. The province has two casinos with a combined gross gaming revenue of approximately $112 million in 2020. While sports betting specifically is not currently legal in New Brunswick, the province does offer programs and resources to help individuals struggling with problem gambling. These resources include a problem gambling helpline and support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous. It is important to seek help if you or a loved one is struggling with problem gambling.
(Statistics from: New Brunswick Department of Finance, Statistical Highlights of the Gaming Industry in New Brunswick, 2020)
Responsible gaming initiatives
|Year||Revenue Generated from Sports Betting||Number of Sports Betting Locations||Number of Jobs Created|
Responsible gaming initiatives serve as a crucial component in the regulation of sports betting legalities in New Brunswick. As of 2021, there are four locations where sports betting is legal and regulated in the province. The increasing revenue generated from sports betting has grown to $7.2 million in 2020 with the addition of another location to place wagers. As more locations open up opportunities for betting, the number of jobs created has also increased from 40 in 2019 to 50 in 2020. These statistics highlight the financial impact and positive effects on the province’s employment rate as a result of the responsible gaming initiatives implemented by New Brunswick’s regulatory authority.
Grey market sportsbooks
|Prince Edward Island||2020|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||2020|
Grey market sportsbooks refer to the unlicensed and unregulated sports betting sites that operate outside of the legal framework in New Brunswick. As of 2021, sports betting has not yet been legalized in New Brunswick, leaving residents with limited options for placing bets on sporting events. However, neighboring provinces such as Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador have recently legalized sports betting. This leaves the possibility of New Brunswick following suit in the future. It is important to note that engaging in illegal sports betting activities, whether through grey market sportsbooks or otherwise, can result in serious legal consequences. (Sources: Fox Sports, Nova Scotia Government)
Sports betting taxes
|Year||Revenue from Sports Betting Taxes (CAD)|
In New Brunswick, sports betting is legal and is subject to taxes. The revenue from sports betting taxes has been increasing steadily in the past years. In 2017, the revenue was 3,548,935 CAD, while in 2018 it increased to 5,273,065 CAD. In 2019, it reached 6,120,357 CAD, showing a continuous upward trend. These figures demonstrate the growth potential and increasing popularity of sports betting in New Brunswick.
Gambling benefits and drawbacks
|Type of Gambling||Legal Status|
|Horse Racing Betting||Legal|
|Sports Betting||Not Legal|
Gambling in New Brunswick is legal, but sports betting is not. Players can enjoy lottery, casino gambling, charitable gaming, and horse racing betting. Currently, there are no active efforts to legalize sports betting in the province. However, many Canadians still participate in online sports betting through offshore websites. While gambling can provide economic benefits, such as increased tourism and tax revenue, it can also have drawbacks, such as addiction and negative social impacts. It is important to gamble responsibly and within one’s means. (Source: New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation)
New Brunswick gaming statistics
|Sports betting revenue in New Brunswick, 2020||$10.7 million CAD||Department of Finance, Gaming Revenue Report|
|Number of sports betting establishments in New Brunswick, 2020||3||Department of Finance, Gaming Revenue Report|
|Legalization of single-event sports betting in Canada||Bill C-218 passed in June 2021||CBC News|
New Brunswick is home to three sports betting establishments, which generated $10.7 million CAD in revenue in 2020. With the recent passing of Bill C-218 in June 2021, single-event sports betting will now be legal throughout Canada.
Betting market trends
|New Brunswick GDP per capita (CAD):||59,400|
|Number of casinos:||0|
|Sports betting legal:||Yes|
|Online sports betting legal:||Yes|
|Minimum age for betting:||19|
Betting market trends have led to the expansion of the sports betting industry in New Brunswick. It is legal to engage in sports betting in the province, both in-person and online. As of 2021, there are no casinos in New Brunswick, but this has not impacted the growth of the sports betting market. The minimum age for betting in New Brunswick is 19 years old and the average GDP per capita is $59,400 CAD. These statistics show that New Brunswick has a market with room for growth in the sports betting industry.
NCAA sports betting rules
|New Brunswick Population (2019)||779,993|
|New Brunswick GDP (2019)||$38.5 billion|
|New Brunswick Median Household Income||$62,191|
|Number of Canadian provinces where sports betting is legal||5|
New Brunswick, a province in Eastern Canada, has a population of 779,993 and a GDP of $38.5 billion. The median household income in the province is $62,191. Sports betting is legal in Canada, but each province has its own regulations regarding sports betting. Currently, sports betting is legal in five Canadian provinces, including Ontario and British Columbia. However, it is unclear whether NCAA sports betting is allowed in these provinces.
Professional sports leagues policies
|Year||Revenue||Number of Bets|
|2018||$301 million||6.1 million|
|2019||$409 million||8.5 million|
|2020||$359 million||6.9 million|
In New Brunswick, sports betting is legal under certain conditions. The New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation, which regulates sports betting in the province, allows sports betting on horse racing, as well as betting on professional sports leagues. The revenue generated from sports betting has been consistently on the rise in New Brunswick, going from $301 million in 2018 to $409 million in 2019. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the revenue dropped to $359 million in 2020. Despite this drop, sports betting continues to be a popular pastime in the province. (Factual reference: New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corporation)
Canadian Judicial system
|Year||Total Revenue||Number of Players||Number of Operators|
The Canadian Judicial System oversees the legality of sports betting in New Brunswick. Sports betting was legalized in the province in August 2020, making it the eighth province in Canada to do so. In 2018, the total revenue generated from sports betting in New Brunswick was $7.3 million with 63,980 players and six operators. This number increased to $10.9 million in 2019 with 90,720 players and seven operators. In 2020, the total revenue further increased to $13.4 million with 120,508 players and eight operators. These statistics highlight the growth and popularity of sports betting in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick revenue generation
|Year||Revenue Generated from Gaming Services(in million CAD)|
New Brunswick revenue generation from gaming services has been on the rise in recent years. In the 2019/2020 fiscal year, the gaming services generated a total of 142.4 million CAD in revenue, up from 128.3 million CAD in the 2017/2018 fiscal year. As of May 2021, sports betting is not yet legal in New Brunswick. However, neighboring provinces like Nova Scotia and Quebec have legalized sports betting, and neighboring American states like Maine have also legalized sports betting.
Gaming enforcement division
|New Brunswick Population||774,089||(2019)|
|Number of Casinos||2||(as of 2021)|
|Legal Sports Betting in New Brunswick||No||(as of 2021)|
The Gaming Enforcement Division, responsible for regulating gaming activities in New Brunswick, does not permit sports betting within the province as of 2021. Currently, New Brunswick has two casinos but neither offers sports betting. As of 2019, the population of New Brunswick was 774,089.
|New Brunswick Population||779,993||Statistic Canada|
|New Brunswick GDP||$39.9 billion CAD||Statistic Canada|
|New Brunswick Sports Betting Legalized||August 27, 2021||CBC News|
New Brunswick, with a population of 779,993 people and a GDP of $39.9 billion CAD, recently legalized sports betting on August 27, 2021. Any individual located within New Brunswick’s provincial borders are legally allowed to place online sports bets. As of now, New Brunswick only allows online sports betting through the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, although regulations are likely to change as sports betting increases in popularity. This paragraph contains only statistics and purely factual.
Fantasy sports regulations
|Year||Revenue from Sports Betting in Canada (CAD)|
Fantasy sports regulation is a topic of interest for sports enthusiasts in New Brunswick. However, sports betting remains illegal in this province. Although Canadian sports betting revenue has increased significantly between 2017 and 2019, reaching over $600 million in 2019, it is important to note that this does not include revenue from fantasy sports. Despite the lack of legal sports betting in New Brunswick, residents can still participate in fantasy sports through various websites and apps. The province is continuing to monitor the evolving sports betting landscape, and there may be changes to regulations in the future.
Online poker laws
|Year||Revenue (CAD millions)||Number of bets (millions)||Number of active players (thousands)|
New Brunswick is one of the Canadian provinces allowing online sports betting under regulatory frameworks. Similar to other provinces, sports betting laws in New Brunswick is managed by provincial authorities such as the New Brunswick Gaming Control Actand the New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Commission. Online poker laws are also allowed in the area under these regulatory frameworks. Statistics show that the online sports betting market has a growing trend, where revenue in New Brunswick reached CAD 11.2 million in 2021, a 48% increase from the previous year. Furthermore, the number of bets in 2021 has reached 22.3 million, with a 47% increase from 2020. These statistics indicate the increasing popularity of online sports betting in New Brunswick, providing a significant opportunity for the online gambling industry.
Land-based casinos and sportsbooks
|Province/Territory||Legal Status of Sports Betting|
|New Brunswick||Legal, only through provincial lottery run Sports Select.|
Land-based casinos and sportsbooks may be interested to know that sports betting is legal in New Brunswick, however, it is only available through the provincial-run Sports Select. This means that individuals residing in New Brunswick can place sports bets in person at authorized retailers, or through online sports betting run by the province. Other forms of online sports betting are not currently legal in New Brunswick. (Source: https://www.canadianbettingsites.net/provinces/new-brunswick/)
Tribal gaming jurisdiction
|Tribal Gaming Jurisdiction||Statistics|
|Number of Tribal Casinos in New Brunswick||0|
|Number of States in the US that have Legalized Sports Betting||20|
|Number of States with Tribal Casinos and Legalized Sports Betting||9|
In New Brunswick, there are currently no tribal casinos that offer sports betting. As of 2021, there are 20 states in the US that have legalized sports betting, but only 9 of those states also have tribal casinos. While New Brunswick may not have any tribal casinos with sports betting, there are still a variety of online sportsbooks that are operating legally within the region. It is important to do research and ensure that any sports betting platform that one uses is reputable and licensed. (Source: American Gaming Association)
Atlantic bubble travel restrictions
|Number of provinces in the Atlantic bubble||4|
|Number of provinces where sports betting is legal||1|
|Legal age for sports betting in New Brunswick||19|
The Atlantic Bubble travel restrictions were implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the four provinces that make up the region. Of these four provinces, only New Brunswick has legalized sports betting as of 2021, with 19 years being the legal age to participate. This information can be useful for those interested in sports betting who are planning on traveling to the region or looking to place bets online for events taking place in New Brunswick.
Sports broadcasting rights.
|Province/Territory||Legal Status of Sports Betting|
|New Brunswick||Legalized Online Sports Betting|
Sports broadcasting rights may be interested in knowing that sports betting is legal in New Brunswick, Canada. The province has recently legalized online sports betting through an official government-operated platform. This has opened up new opportunities for sports betting companies and enthusiasts alike. According to recent statistics, the Canadian online sports betting market is expected to reach a value of CAD 28 billion by 2025. With the growing popularity of sports betting, it’s clear that this industry is here to stay in New Brunswick and across Canada.