Online Gaming Continues to Grow in New Jersey

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has posted the state's gambling numbers for July, noting that online gambling generated $12.5 million in revenues during the month, up 24.4% from last year.

Casino games were responsible for $10.6 million of that total, rising 34.4% from last year, but online poker was down 12.2% to just $1.9 million. For the year online gambling has generated $84.5 million in revenue, up 15.6% from last year.

The most popular online spot remains the Borgata operations, which generated $3.8 million last month (up 19%), while Caesars brought in $2.7 million, which was good enough for second place. Tropicana was in third place with $2.74 million, while Golden Nugget was fourth with $2.73 million and Resorts was in fifth place with $558,000 in revenues.

The entire Atlantic City gambling market brought in $257.5 million in July, which was down 6.2% from last year.

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