So you’ve discovered the sports stock market and want to know what it’s all about. Let’s break down the basics:
Mojo is the first-ever state-licensed platform to offer prop bets that act like stocks — with live in-game share price movement. We’re regulated and regularly audited by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, the same entity that regulates DraftKings, FanDuel, and other traditional sports books.
Because you’re buying and selling directly from Mojo, with no exchange relationship necessary, EVERY Mojo stock features LiquidTrading — the ability to instantly cash in and out of your bet in real time. Traditional sportsbooks’ cashout offerings are rare, random, and usually pretty lame. Mojo offers instant cashouts at fair market value on EVERY stock.
No more staring at a dead bet for three hours. With LiquidTrading, you can collect profits or cut losses on your terms. You can even flip your bet and take the other side!
Steph’s not feeling it from downtown in the first quarter? You can cash out early if you think it’s an off night, buy the dip if you think he’ll bounce back, or even short his stock to make money with every brick.
Traditional sportsbooks offer one type of payout — a classic all-or-nothing bet. Mojo, however, offers three distinct types of stocks, each with its own type of payout.
It’s important to remember that in each payout type, you always have the ability to trade in and out in real time to collect profits or cut losses before the end of the bet.
Every stock entitles you to a guaranteed payout at the end of the bet. (One game, multiple games, an entire career, etc.) Payouts are based on objective stats and published formulas for each sport.
You make the call on whether to cash in before the end of the bet, or wait for it to automatically settle.
Essentially, a Long position is taking the “over,” and a Short position is taking the “under.” But unlike traditional sportsbooks, you can make more money the more the stat goes over or under.