New Jersey Online Gambling Sets Record in November

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The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has revealed some new gaming industry numbers for November, which showed online betting setting a new revenue record during the period.

The online industry generated $49.1 million in revenue during the month, up 82.4% from last year, and almost $4 million higher than the previous record that was set the month prior. Casino revenues were up 87.7% to $27.64 million, with a year-to-date total of $414.17 million. Online poker numbers were down 4.4% to just $1.49 million, which is an all-time low.

The Golden Nugget had $18.9 million in online revenue, which is $2.2 million above their previous record. The brick and mortar casino hauled in $17.06 million, meaning that online performance beat the resort.

Resorts Digital Gaming also had a record, with just about $11 million generated. The Borgata saw $8.22 million in revenues, up 71.4% from last year. Caesars revenue was up 17.2% to $4.6 million. The Tropicana saw revenues up 8.2% to $3.67 million, the Hard Rock up 65% to $2.17 million, and the Ocean Casino Resort saw revenues dip 24.9% to $550,000.

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19 December 2019 - 8:21pm

Well, obviously the things going more than well for the NJ gambling industry, the numbers are just staggering and probably the growth would continue in the next few months if I have to make a guess.