New Jersey Records 7th Consecutive Month of Revenues Exceeding $20m
Online revenues in the state of New Jersey exceeded the $20m in the month of September. Figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) showed that online gaming operators generated just under $20.4m which is an increase of 25.6% year-on-year although nearly $1m less than the month of August this year.
These latest revenues mark the seventh consecutive month of online revenues exceeding the $20m mark. The online casino vertical made up $18.5m. Online poker continues to fail as year-on-year revenues fell 5.7% to $1.9m which is getting close to the all-time record low of $1.73m recorded in June.
With the latest figures in, online gaming revenues for the year-to-date are up 27% to $183.7m with the casino vertical recording an increase of nearly a third to $165.1m,
The top casino was the Golden Nugget who maintained their number one position with $5.7m. The Borgato was second place with $4.24m, third place was Resorts Digital Gaming with $3.6m. The Tropicana came in at fourth place with $3.428m just ahead of fifth place Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey’s $3.422m.