Atlantic City Casinos Report $213.2 Million In May Gambling Revenue
May was the best month for Atlantic City casinos in over a year. The nine casinos reported nearly $213.2 million in gambling revenue from tables and slots. Borgata was once again the biggest winner with $48.7 million, followed by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic.
Atlantic City casinos report $213.2 million in May Gambling revenue. New Jersey was more cautious than other states in loosening COVID restrictions. The industry has yet to experience the benefits of pent-up customer demand.
Atlantic City casinos reported $337.2 million in May gambling revenue. Year-to-date, total gambling revenues are more than $1.5 billion.
Online gambling revenue eclipsed $100 million for the third consecutive month and fourth time in 2021. The $108.2 million is the second-highest total ever, trailing only the $113.7 million in March 2021, but May's online gambling revenues only increased by about 1%.
Atlantic City Casinos Report $213.2 million in May Gambling Revenue. Online casino and sports betting continue to be responsible for a greater percentage of total monthly revenue.
Atlantic City Casinos Report $213.2 million in May Gambling Revenue. Hard Rock Hotel and Ocean Casino Resort are the only two casinos to report higher monthly casino win totals in 2021 than two years prior. Ocean increased 51%, from $16.3 million two two to $24.6 million last month.