September online gaming revenue drops for New Jersey

iGaming Business – The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has reported that following two consecutive months of growth, the US state suffered a fall in online gaming revenue during September.

The state’s regulated online gaming market generated $10.2 million (€8 million) in revenue last month, which is $300,000 lower than the $10.5 million collected in August.

The Borgata and its PartyPoker brand retained top spot amongst the state’s online gaming providers after winning $3.4 million in September.

The organisation also reported that total gambling revenue for the month amounted to $209.4 million, which is about 13% lower than the $240.2 million generated in September before internet gaming had been introduced in the state.

The Taj Mahal suffered the biggest monthly decline in September, with revenue down almost 23% to $17.5 million.

Owners of the facility have threatened to close it on November 13 if it does not receive major concessions from its union workers and aid from both local and state government.


September online gaming revenue drops for New Jersey