Golden Nugget generates record setting revenue

Once again, the figures are in, and once again, records are set. NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement has released the numbers we’ve all been waiting for. And the new report declares Golden Nugget’s online casino as the winner! That’s right, in July alone, the online casino industry in NJ brought in a record-setting $25.9 million! Thanks to, Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget online casino who contributed the most. The casino brought in a whopping $9.3 million in July! This is another record breaker for Golden Nugget as well. The online casino broke a company record back in March of this year! Could August be another record-breaking month for the casino?Golden Nugget generates record setting revenue

Golden Nugget double up

The stakes are high in Atlantic City as competition roars from the Garden State. And none other than the Golden Nugget has had a louder roar. The numbers don’t lie. Borgata came in second place, bringing in only half the total of what the Nugget was able to generate. Although Borgata’s $4.9 million was impressive, it didn’t have the stamina to keep up with the Nugget’s $9.3 million.

Furthermore, Resorts and its affiliate, The Star’s Group, came in 3rd place with a combined total of $3.9 million. With those reported figures, it’s obvious to see that the Golden Nugget wears the crown in July. And with the totals almost doubled, it would be a safe bet to say that the Nugget will be hard to beat in August. Now, this alone puts Atlantic City’s, Golden Nugget in a pretty good position for next month.

Golden Nugget gives back to the community

In conclusion, The July’s report is final. Which, includes how much in taxes the Nuggets big win generated for the state of New Jersey. The numbers are bold. With the above facts now public information, let’s examine further. In July alone, NJ’s Golden Nugget generated 1.4 million in taxes from online gambling! No other NJ casino that offering online gaming paid in over a million dollars in July. In fact, second place went to the Borgata Party of course. Which in return, generated $743,000 in state taxes. That’s still nice for NJ, but, we like those Golden Nugget numbers a lot better! Can’t wait for next month’s report!