New Jersey Online Gambling Revenues Increase 29.6 Percent Year-on-Year In October
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) have released the October figures for online gambling in the Garden State. The good news is that October saw a 29.6 percent rise of online gambling revenues from the same period last year to reach $16.7m which is also around $500k higher than September’s total.
Poker revenues were up for the third consecutive month to just under $2.4m. Total online gambling revenues for the year-to-date is up nearly a third to $161.1m. Casino sector has risen 26.5% to $138.8m and poker revenues are up 12.3% to $23.3m.
Top spot went to the Golden Nugget reported a record high $4.1m in October. Second place went to the Borgata who earned $3.67m which was made up of $2.93m from casino and $734k from poker. Tropicana came in third place with $3.1 and Caesars Interactive Entertainment came in fourth pace with $3.05m which was made up of $2.4m in casino and $642k from poker.
Last place was Resorts Digital Gaming where PokerStars operates under its brand with $2.74m of which around $1m came from poker. The Poker numbers were off the record high of April’s $1.18 m when PokerStars launched in the Garden State but was a significant increase from September’s $744k.