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New Jersey's online gambling market continued to grow in November as the state saw online numbers surge 20% from last year to $20.6 million.
With the total, New Jersey's online operations have brought in $224.8 million to date. The state's numbers are edging closer to $250 million for the year, which may be possible given the heavy season that Christmas tends to bring in.
The state's brick and mortar casinos did well also, with $185.8 million hauled in, an increase of 3.2%. Factoring in both online and brick and mortar numbers, New Jersey hauled in $206.4 million, up 4.6% from November 2016.
Next year could be even larger for online gaming in the Garden State, as sportsbetting may be legalized and offered to punters. If so, another banner year may be in store.