New Jersey iGaming revenues increased 4.5 percent month-over-month thanks to solid gains by both Borgata and the Tropicana.
Earlier today, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released revenue figures for the casino industry and revealed that NJ iGaming pulled in $10.54 million in August. That is up from the $10.07 million pull a month earlier.
Online poker contributed $2.25 million to this total with casino games making up the rest.
Both Trump properties saw small increases despite heading towards closure. Trump Plaza saw a 4.66 percent increase while the Trump Taj 2.6 saw a percent increase.
Caesars saw a small drop in revenue in July. Revenues dropped to 2.70 million, representing a minor .0043 percent drop. Golden Nugget saw a huge drop in revenue in August. They took in just $787,838 during the month, a drop of 16.62%
Borgata and the Tropicana were the months biggest earners. Borgata saw a 5.17% increase in online poker revenues and a 10.31% increase on table game revenues. Total revenues for the month were $3.47 million, up 9.52% month-over-month.
Tropicana saw the largest gains in August. Online casino revenue jumped from $1.96 million in July to $2.26 million in August, an increase of $13.27%
Through August, New Jersey iGaming has pulled in $83.66 million in combined win. Borgata leads the way with $30.63 million, followed by Caesars with $23.94 million. Tropicana is solidly in third place with $14.05 million based solely on table games.
Golden Nugget and Trump Plaza are nearly even with 5.054 and 5.053 million in win respectively. Trump Taj is dead last in iGaming win with $4.9 million.