This week the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed that the state's gaming revenues for July hit $480.7 million, up 6.7% from the same time period in 2021.
Atlantic City casinos brought in $299 million, up 8% from last year, with year-to-date revenues standing at $1.61 billion, up 16% from 2021. Internet gaming brought in $136.7 million, up 15.2% from last year. For the year-to-date, online gaming revenues are at $951.2 million, up 26.3% from last year. Sportsbetting revenues was $45 million, up 18.2% from last year. For the year-to-date, sportsbetting numbers are $353.2 million, down 16.6% from last year.
The Borgata was the highest-earner in terms of revenue, with $124 million in revenues. Hard ROck was next with $59.8 million, while Golden Nugget was third at $49.1 million.
For the year thus far, gaming revenues are at $2.91 billion, up 13.7% from 2021.
Regarding the performance New Jersey Casino COntrol Commission Chairman James Plousis said, "Casino win reached its highest level for the month of July in a decade, reflecting the strength of Atlantic City as a gaming and leisure destination.
"Year-to-date, every casino hotel has surpassed its casino win, internet gaming win, and total gaming revenue compared to the same period last year."