New Jersey Online Gaming Revenues Up 22 Percent Year-on-Year in April
Online gaming revenues in the state of New Jersey were up 22% year-on-year for the month of April to reach $20.8m from $16.9m in April 2016.
Although online gambling revenues were down from those of March, overall online gambling revenues are still way up for the year-to-date and stand at $80.1m and is up from the same period in 2016 which was $61.8m.
Overall gaming was down for April 2017 to $211.7m from the $215m in April 2016. Online poker continues to struggle and was down 10 percent from March with no signs of improving. While online poker continues to struggle igaming is steadily improving and once again has broken the $20m mark.
The Golden Nugget was the biggest winner in land casinos with $5.38m generated in April which was 62.7 percent increase year-on-year. Borgata came in second place and took in $4.21 m in revenues which was up 5.8 percent year-on-year.
Tropicana was third place with $3,94m which was an improvement of 28.9 percent year-on-year. Fourth place went to Resorts which includes PokerStars and they generated $3.78m in April. Caesars Interactive was once again in fifth place with online gaming wins of $3.52m in April which was a 11.4 percent increase year-on-year.