Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed the online gaming revenue numbers for the month of June, noting that numbers were relatively flat from the month prior.
For June, the state's online betting operations brought in $16.4 million in revenues, which is up 40.6% from last year, but down $100,000 from May. For the year, online numbers are up 31.7% from the same time last year, with revenues standing at $94.8 million.
Other casino operations in New Jersey brought in $213.9 million, which is down about $2.6 million from last year and almost $8 million lower than in May.
There was some big news posted this week for New Jersey's online gaming industry, as the state announced it was working with the United Kingdom on an accord to share player pools for online gaming, which could open up tournaments and progressive prizes to players.