November was a good month for the state of New Jersey as far as online gambling is concerned. The state was able to see a nice increase in iGaming revenues with the month actually coming close to tying the all-time high revenue for November. On Wednesday, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released the revenue figures which showed that just under $17.2 million was earned, a number that is 30% higher than the same month in 2015.
The amount was so high that it almost reached the revenue record set for the state back in July, being just shy of the $17.4 earnings from the summer month. Online casino gaming was up 34% with $15.1 million earned while online poker saw earnings of just over $15 million which is an increase of 6.4%. When looking at year-to-date totals, the state was able to see an increase of just over 32% with $178.3 million earned for the year.
The leader in earnings for November was the Borgata, the operator being able to take back the top spot from the Golden Nugget, who had been at the number one spot for the past two months. The gaming sites linked to the Borgata were able to earn $3.809 million, of which $3.2 million from casino gaming and $622,000 from poker. The amount was only $7,000 more than what the Golden Nugget was able to earn for November.
Coming in third in earnings, Caesars Interactive Entertainment was able to bring in $3.36 million, which included $2.7 million from casino gaming and $632,000 from poker. Fourth went to Resorts Digital Gaming, who earned $3.2 million which was mostly made up of online casino earnings of $2.4 million along with $829,000 from poker. Pulling up the rear was the Tropicana who brought in just under $3 million for the month.
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