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In September the state of New Jersey's online gambling revenues were up 17% from the same time last year, this according to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
For the month online gambling brought in $12 million, which is up from September 2014's $10.2 million in online casino revenue. Online poker was down yet again though, as the game brought in just $1.77 million across all websites. For the year online poker has generated $18 million in revenue, while casino games brought in $108.78 million for the first nine months of the year.
The best performing casino in New Jersey is the Borgata, Party Poker, and Pala combination, which currently holds 28.1% of the online betting market share in New Jersey. Caesars was second with 22.1%, while the Tropicana was third at 21.8%. The Golden Nugget/Betfair collaboration was fourth at 20.1%, while Resorts was in fifth spot at 7.8%.
Land casinos are performing well in Atlantic City, as they brought in $230.1 million for the month, up from $209.4 million during the same period last year.