New Jersey Gambling Revenues Up Slightly for Month of November
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reports that October's gambling revenues were $441.1 million. This is a drop of 1% on the previous month's $445.7 million and a marginal increase of 0.3% from the same period in 2021. The year-to-date total is $4.76 billion, an increase 9.8% compared to the year before.
Land-based casinos reported revenues of $214.5 million for November. This is a 3.7% increase year-on-year. The year to date total casino win for the nine casino hotel properties is $2.57 billion. Six of the city's nine casinos have reported increases in casino wins year on year.
New Jersey Gambling Revenues Up Slightly for Month of November. Borgata, Resorts, Ocean Casino Resort, Bally’s, Caesars and Golden Nugget are the top three.
New Jersey Gambling Revenues Up Slightly for Month of November. Hard Rock, Tropicana and Harrah's casinos reported a decrease in revenues.
October saw $146.2 million in revenues for online gambling operators. This is an increase of $1 million compared to October's figures. Year-to-date, the total revenue for the industry is $ 1.5 billion.
New Jersey sports betting revenue decreased by 29.9% year-on-year. Sportsbooks reported $80.4 million in revenue from just over $1.1 billion in wagers. Of that figure $ 1.03 million came through mobile sportsbooks. Year-to-date total sports gambling revenue in New Jersey is $675.2 million.