According to a recent report released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), March was a record-breaking month. The Borgata crushed the numbers again, as usual. However, Caesars continues to show strong growth online as well. But the big highlight of the month comes from Golden Nugget. By far, they continue to dominate the sector. Plus, they smashed an old record and once again set the bar much higher. Other than that, Resorts also destroyed the books as well.
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History in the Making
For three consecutive months now, New Jerseys online casino revenue soar over $30 Million in New Jersey. Since launching in February 2013, this is the largest increase ever recorded in the state. March figures reveal a 53% increase YOY. And what’s great about all of this is, there are no signs of a slowdown.
In fact, since the beginning of the year, online casino operators reported $104,477,497 to be exact, not including April. As for Golden Nugget, they lead the pack with $14,227,820 in revenue for March. Which, breaks the company’s previous high set in January. Regarding growth, the new record signifies a sharp 64.4% increase YOY.
The Hype is Real
In brief, it was an impressive month all around. Even Atlantic City’s oldest property, the Resort, enjoyed the largest YOY gains at an eye-opening 100.1% increase. At the same time, they generated the second most in revenue with a total of $8,472,091. As for AC’s usual top casino performer, the Borgata finished third with $5,442,418. But the truth is, it’s likely the operator revenue will increase again next month. After all, they’ve recently started offering online qualifier for the WSOP. And we all know that NJ poker players welcome this event with open arms. But with that said we’re not sure how the new 888 software will affect the Borgata’s poker figures. Because 888 casino also offer online qualifier for the biggest poker event of the year.