New Jersey Records Record Online Gaming Revenues In February
Online gaming in New Jersey saw a record breaking month in February despite it been the shortest month in the year. In the latest figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement it was shown that the online gambling licensees generated $21,992 million for the month of February which is a 17.5% increase year-on-year and passes the record set in January 2018,
The latest $22 million revenues makes it the 12th consecutive month that revenues exceeded the $20m mark. While online casino continues to perform well, online poker revenues fell 18.3% year-on-year to $1,77m.
The top performer was the Golden Nugget who posted an impressive $7.88m in online casino revenues which represents a 52.4% year-on-year. The Borgata came in second place with $3.79m and Resorts Digital came into place with $3,77m. Fourth place was the Tropicana who came in with $3.35m followed by Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey with $3,2m.
Overall gaming revenues in Atlantic City were still down despite the online growth by 8.9% to $170m.