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Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed that the state's online gaming revenues hit an all-time record, this time bringing in $39.1 million in revenues.
The revenue jump is up 53% from last year, and $5.5 million higher than the previous record that was set in January of this year. Casino revenues were up more than 57%, up more than $6.1 million to $37.2 million. Online poker revenues were down 3.2% to $1.9 million.
The Golden Nugget was the most profitable online casino, with $14.2 million in revenues. Resorts had revenues of $8.5 million, while the Borgata had $5.44 million in revenues. Caesars Interactive had $5.13 million in revenues, and they led the way with $806,000 in poker revenues. The Tropicana brought in $3.7 million, while the Hard Rock came in with $1.63 million.
New Jersey has been the largest market for online gambling in the United States, as they're leading the way in terms of revenues and active players. The state has also legalized sportsbetting, and those products help draw punters to the casino and poker verticals.