N.J. online casinos once again surpass $80M revenue mark

As the end of the year is quickly approaching, online gambling in New Jersey has remained impressive, according to BonusSeeker.com.

The gaming site found November’s combined revenue was solid at around $80 million, even though lower than last month’s record of $85.58 million, according to official figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.

What set a record (for the fifth straight month) was the state’s online casinos revenue when combined with online poker took in $49 million in November.

New Jersey’s sportsbooks, however, decreased this month, down $5.82 million from October to $32.9 million in November.

“In October, there was a belief that sports betting could slow down as we enter the holiday season. The end of the MLB playoffs combined with people’s focus on the holidays could be a reason for the dip in sports betting revenue. December could see an uptick in revenue as bowl games begin for college football and the NBA has its popular Christmas slate,” said Rich Migliorisi, Managing Editor at BonusSeeker.com.

Here’s the full breakdown for New Jersey online casino revenue in November:

  • Golden Nugget: $18.93 million;
  • Resorts: $10.51 million;
  • Borgata: $7.83 million;
  • Caesars: $3.98 million;
  • Ocean Resort: $0.549 million;
  • Hard Rock: $2.17 million;
  • Tropicana: $3.67 million;
  • Total: $47.61 million.

NJ online poker revenue in November

  • Resorts: $.480 million;
  • Borgata: $.393 million;
  • Caesars: $.619 million;
  • Total: $1.49 million.

Combined NJ online casino and NJ online poker revenue in November:

  • Golden Nugget: $18.93 million;
  • Resorts: $10.99 million;
  • Borgata: $8.22 million;
  • Caesars: $4.60 million;
  • Ocean Resort: $0.543 million;
  • Hard Rock: $1.81 million;
  • Tropicana: $3.88 million;
  • Total: $49.10 million.

NJ sports betting online Revenue in November:

  • Bally: $.708 million;
  • Borgata: $2.08 million;
  • Golden Nugget: $.255 million;
  • Hard Rock: $.537 million;
  • Ocean Resorts: $2.55 million;
  • Resorts Digital: $9.18 million;
  • Meadowlands: $14.88 million;
  • Monmouth$2.52 million;
  • Tropicana: $.180 million;
  • Total: $32.91 million.