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June's gaming revenue reported by casinos, racetracks and their partners was $401.5 million. Year-to-date, total gaming revenues reported was $2.43 billion. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa earned nearly $54.3 million, followed by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, which made $44.6 million in June. Internet gaming win reported for June was 24.4% higher than for the previous month. The summer season is still ahead of us. The industry does not have the benefit of the pent-up demand that motivated much of last summer’s activity.
Atlantic City casinos reported nearly $235.3 million in in April. That's up 24% from 2021 and 13% since 2019. It's the sixth time since November 2021 that monthly land-based gambling revenues collectively reported by the industry were higher than before COVID-19 forced a 107-day shut down in 2020.
In-person gambling revenue increased at all nine Atlantic City casinos last month. Online gambling generated a new monthly record. New Jersey sportsbooks took over $1 billion in bets for the sixth time in the last seven months.
Atlantic City casinos posted $212.4 million in February this year. In 2020, the gross gaming revenue was $218.3 million.
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month. Some of the country's largest operators are upping the ante for responsible gambling initiatives. FanDuel Group created an advertising campaign to highlight the online operator's responsible gaming tools.
Atlantic City casino gambling revenue from tables and slots increased nearly 15% in January compared to a year prior. Online gambling revenues set another monthly record. The total amount gambled on sports is a new all-time high in New Jersey.
In-person gambling revenues increased slightly in December, but were still down for the year. However, gains from online and sports betting pushed 2021’s total gambling revenue above $4 billion for first time since 2008.
Atlantic City casino revenue from table games and slots increased nearly 28% in October over last year. Last month Atlantic City’s nine casinos reported $237.5 million in land-based gambling revenue. In-person gambling revenues were 17% higher than in January 2019. October”s $393.1 million total gaming revenue is 29% more than October 2020 ($304. 1 million) and almost 48% above the same month in 2019 ($266.2 million).
Atlantic City's nine casinos generated $248.5 million from tables and slots last month. Online gaming revenue set a new monthly record with nearly $122.6 million. iGaming revenue is up almost 40% over last year and almost 200% more than 2019.
Atlantic City casino revenue was $397.7 million last month, a 31.1% increase over August 2020. NJ's three racetracks with sports betting reported $52 million in revenue, which is a 30. 7% year-over-year jump.
Atlantic City casinos won $262.4 million in August. The total gross gaming revenue (GGR) of Atlantic City's nine casinos is $397.6 million. This is 17 percent higher than the $338.8 million casinos made in 2019. When sports betting and iGaming are included, the GGR balloons to over $427. 6 million, which is 21.2 percent increase from 2019 G GR.
Atlantic City's casinos and racetracks took in 31% more in August 2020 than a year earlier. The improvement was in all three major categories: in-person gambling revenue, internet gambling and sports betting revenue. All nine casinos posted revenue increases in the last month. The Golden Nugget saw the biggest increase in in person casino winnings. Hard Rock saw a 33% increase. NFL season earlier this month is expected to boost sports gaming revenues moving into the fall. However, the market was down 8.4% from August 2019 before the pandemic hit.
Atlantic City's casinos took $262.4m on their gaming floors last month. This is up from $199.1m in August 2020. The casinos closed their doors between 16 March and 2 July 2020, but the figures from August 2021 represent a recovery for land-based gaming in New Jersey. Sports betting from the state's three horse racetracks increased the GGR by 31% and increased it by 21%.
Bally's Corp. can now aggressively move ahead with plans to renovate its Atlantic City casino and enter New Jersey's lucrative online gaming market.
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's Q1 revenue figures are out. New Jersey's gambling industry is recovering. The entire US gaming industry seems to be improving faster than in other parts of the country.
Atlantic City casinos reported $184.87 million in revenue from table games and slots in March 2021. Online gaming and sports betting continue to be a buffer. The casinos were ordered to close on March 16, 2020, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gambling revenue from table games and slot machines at Atlantic City casinos fell short of pre-pandemic levels again last month, but overall revenues were up. The trend of online gambling and sports betting revenues propping up the brick-and-mortar industry continued in April. New Jersey's COVID-19 restrictions and more of the general population is vaccinated, so officials believe Atlantic city casinos will have a resurgent summer.
The New Jersey Casino Control Commission granted a casino license to Golden Nugget Online Gaming LLC. It conditionally approved a merger of Golden. Nugge Online. Gaming with Landcadia Holdings II Inc. that plans to change its name to. Golden nugget online gaming Inc., and its trading symbol to “GNOG”. Land cia is a special-purpose acquisitions company owned by Golden Nuget owner Tilman Fertitta.