New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has announced that gambling revenues for the state rose 15% in May, with revenues coming in at $430.6 million.
Casino win from internet gambling came in at $136 million, up 25.7%. The year-to-date numbers are at $681.4 million, up 29.3%. from last year.
In terms of standard casino win, Atlantic City casinos had $233 million, up 9.3% from last year. The Borgata had $63.3 million in revenue, up 30%. The Hard Rock was next at $41.5 million, up 19%, while Ocean was third at $25.3 million, up 3%. The Tropicana was fourth at $21.6 million, up 8.5%, and Harrah's was fifth at $21.2 million, down 1.6%.
Sportsbetting revenues were $61.6 million on handle of $766.4 million. For the year to date, sportsbetting revenues are $269.4 million, down 9.3%.
For the industry as a whole, gaming revenues are $2.03 billion, up 18.1% from last year.