New Jersey Gambling Revenue up by 7% For Month of September
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reports that the combined gambling revenues for the month of September came to $485 million. This is a 6.9% increase on the $453.6 million reported in September of 2021. The year-to-date total for gambling in New Jersey is $3.87 billion.
Land-based casinos reported revenues of $251.7 million for the month of August. This is a jump of 1.33% on the $274 million reported in August, but still lower than the pre-pandemic figures. Year-to-date total casino win for nine casino hotel properties is $2.13 billion. Six of the city's nine casinos have reported increases in casino wins year-on-year.
New Jersey Gambling Revenue up by 7% for Month of September. Borgata, Hard Rock, Ocean Casino Resort, Bally’s, Caesars and Golden Nugget saw increases.
New Jersey Gambling Revenue up by 7% for Month of September. Three casinos reported revenue down: Tropicana, Harrah's and Resorts. Online casino games saw a 10.3% increase in revenues.
New Jersey sports betting revenue increased by 18.9% as sportsbooks reported $98 million in revenue from $866.7 million wagers. Of that figure $807. 7 million came through mobile sportsbook. Meadowlands and its online partner FanDuel continues to lead the sportsbetting market with $42. 9 million. Resorts Digital and partners DraftKings and Flutter’s Fox Bet generated $22.4 million, Borgata ranked third with $8.1 million revenue.