The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reveled that the Garden State's online gambling market declined for the first time in April, bringing in $500,000 less than in March.
For the month, New Jersey online casinos brought in $11.4 million in revenue, which was down from $11.9 million the month before. That poor result was due to a 20% drop in poker revenue, which fell to $2.6 million. Casino games were up though, bringing in $8.8 million, up $200,000.
The Borgata led the casino race for the month, bringing in $4.1 million in online betting revenues. Caesars came in second with $3.05 million in revenues, while Tropicana was third with $2.15 million (up from $1.9 million in March).
To date 322,000 players have registered accounts to gamble in New Jersey. Registrations were up 10.6% for the month.