New Jersey Online Gaming Revenue Crushes in August, Without Much Help from Poker – CardsChat.com

For the 18th consecutive month, the New Jersey online gaming industry hit the $20 million mark in August. But online poker took a tumble, producing just $1.8 million in rake.

New Jersey online gaming revenue was up in August, but internet poker took another tumble. (Image: europeangaming.eu)

Revenue for all casino games nearly reached $25 million last month despite poker’s slide. Golden Nugget, which brought in $8.17 million, had the biggest piece of the pie.

The state of New Jersey’s online poker market took a plunge, down 12.8 percent year-over-year. But with the upcoming PokerStars NJCOOP, better days may be on the horizon.

Big Winners of the Month

Golden Nugget’s online casino, which doesn’t offer poker, scooped nearly one-third of the entire New Jersey online gaming pot in August. Right behind that Atlantic City-based casino is Borgata, an MGM Resorts-owned property, with $4.65 million in internet gambling revenue.

New Jersey Online Gaming Top Revenue Generators
August 2018

Golden Nugget ($8,172,508)
Borgata ($4,655,466)
Resorts World ($4,027,035)
Tropicana ($3,593,979)
Caesars ($3,487,965)

Two other online casinos – Hard Rock and Ocean Resort – brought in less than $500,000 from internet gambling.

Overall casino rake was up 16.6 percent compared to August 2017. Golden Nugget saw the biggest year-over-year spike, increasing revenue by 57.4 percent. Caesars (21.6 percent) and Tropicana (6 percent) both slipped off last year’s monthly pace.

New Jersey online gaming sites scooped over $1 million less in August than in July. Golden Nugget (12.4 percent) had the largest decline. Ocean Casino saw the biggest monthly improvement (54.4 percent), however it was only good for a $136,000 spike.

Ocean Casino and Hard Rock both debuted their internet casinos in July. They entered an already competitive. established market.

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