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.