New Jersey November Internet Gaming Results

Posted on December 17, 2014

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released revenue figures for November internet gaming. The results were mixed. The difference can be attributed to a win of $1.3 million by a lucky HarrahsCasino.com player on the Millionaire Genie game.

Online poker revenue came in at $1.9 million, a drop of just under 5% from October. Casino games posted a win of $8.7 million, down about 8%. The loss was entirely due to the massive jackpot win.

The Borgata/Party partnership continued to hold its number one position in New Jersey with revenue of $3.4 million. Tropicana was second with $2.2 million in casino win. Golden Nugget earned $1.5 million, while Caesars Interactive posted a win of $1.1 million.

Betfair moved to Golden Nugget’s license on November 21. It dropped online poker from its list of games available on December 1. The Caesars Interactive numbers reflect the $1.3 slot jackpot.

New Jersey Internet Gaming Infographic

Atlantic City Results

Atlantic City posted yet another negative month when compared against the previous year. Atlantic City casinos won $194 million in November, down 14% from the previous year.

Borgata continued its Atlantic City dominance. It won $59 million in November, up 9.9% from the previous year. This gave it a 30% market share in Atlantic City, which now host just eight casinos.

Golden Nugget was the biggest winner on a percentage basis. It won $16 million in November, up 63% from 2013. Resorts and Tropicana also posted double-digit gains.

Bally’s and Trump Taj Mahal were the only two Atlantic City casinos that posted a loss in revenue over the previous year. Bally’s was down 5%, while Trump Taj Mahal was down 20%. Trump Taj Mahal announced that it will close on December 20, a date that has been bumped back several times as it continues to negotiate with creditors and labor in an attempt to keep the doors open.

Atlantic City 2014 Results

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