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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.