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Atlantic City Revenues Slide Again

New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has revealed the state's November 2014 gambling financial results, noting that casino revenues fell from November 2013.

Atlantic City casinos had $202.5 million in revenue in the month of November, which is down 10.3% from the $225.7 million the casinos brought in last year. Land casinos brought in $193.8 million for the period, while online gambling brought in $8.7 million.

In the full year that online gambling has been legal in New Jersey, the activity has brought in $120.4 billion for casinos. The Borgata continues to be the dominant online casino operator in the Garden State, bringing in 38.5% of the revenues for November, which totaled $3.36 million. Second place was held by The Tropicana, who had $2.22 million in revenue, making up 25.5% of the market share. The Golden Nugget had 17.2% of the market share last month, while Betfair had 6.2%.

November online gaming registrations totaled 27,099 in November, up 5.7% from the month before. Since its launch there have been 506,172 accounts registered for online play in New Jersey.