New Jersey Online Gaming Revenues Continue Upward Trend
Online gambling revenues in the state of New Jersey continue to rise and the 30 days ending the month of June saw online gaming revenues generate $20.23 million which is a 23% increase year-on-year.
Overall state casino takings saw an increase of almost 2% due mainly to online revenues.
This marks the fourth consecutive month that New Jersey generated over $20 million in revenues. Once again Golden Nugget took first place with nearly a 60% increase year-on year to $5.5m. The Borgata came in second place at $3.9m. Caesars took 3rd spot with $3.6m in total revenue. They have seen a 30 percent increase year-on-year.
Tropicana took last place with $3.5 million in revenues. They were the only casino to post losses month –on-month.
New Jersey online gambling will mark its fourth year anniversary in November and with the trend of increased revenues should pass the $700m milestone.
Online poker recorded its worst moth ever with $1.74m which was the lowest for a full month of service since launch in 2013.