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Borgata leads the way

New Jersey online casinos win USD 16.5M in May

New Jersey online casinos win USD 16.5M in May
It wasn’t another record, but New Jersey online casinos turned in a strong May, winning USD 16,546,158 from players, according to figures released Tuesday by Garden State regulators.
United States | 06/15/2016

It wasn’t another record, but New Jersey online casinos turned in a strong May, winning USD 16,546,158 from players, according to figures released Tuesday by Garden State regulators.

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f that figure, $2,570,853 came from online poker.

Both amounts were roughly 33-percent gains year-over-year. Revenue from the other authorized online casino games, which was $13,975,305, also grew about 33 percent compared to May 2015.

New Jersey gambling sites broke the $17-million mark in April, which is the record for a single month

Year-to-date online gaming revenue was $78,414,058 through May, up 30 percent from the $60,305,510 won during the first five months of last year.

For the month of May, Borgata led the way with $3,947,111 in online gaming revenue, followed by Caesars Interactive NJ ($3,255,904), Golden Nugget ($3,200,067), Tropicana ($3,147,518) and Resorts Digital ($2,995,558). Only Resorts, Borgata and Caesars do online poker.

Resorts had just $324,662 in Internet casino revenue in May 2015. The casino operator is Amaya Gaming’s brick-and-mortar partner for online poker.

New Jersey gambling sites broke the $17-million mark in April, which is the record for a single month.

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