New Jersey gaming revenue increased more than 15% in May

New Jersey’s gaming ecosystem saw a slight monthly decline in May, but Garden State was still up after total gaming revenue closed the month at $430.6 million, or 15.1% more than $374, 2 million in 2021 and 1.91% more than $422.5 million in April 2022.

During the last month, the Public Health Agency of Canada reported that the profit from Internet gambling was $136 million. New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcementreflecting 25.7% growth from $108.1 million a year earlier, but down slightly from $136.9 million in April 2022.

Since the beginning of the year, this figure has risen to $681.4 million, 29.3% more than the $527.2 million obtained in the previous five months.

The usual trio of online casinos and poker rooms in the state top the list. borgata which once again came out on top with $42.58 million (April: $39.92 million) in revenue, ahead of digital resorts which jumped up one place with $29.79 million (April: 29.13 million) and Online gold nuggets games$29.69 million (April: $38.14 million).

On a land basis, total earnings for the month increased 9.3% from $213.1 million in May 2021 to $233 million for the current year, but this figure represents a slight quarterly decline from $235, 29 million April.

So far this year, total profits from the nine hotel-casinos reached $1,080 million, 20.7% more than the $895.9 million in the previous period.

The Borgata once again came out on top with receipts of $63.36 million (April: $61.6 million), ahead of the $41.5 million (April: $40.59 million) earned by the Borgata. Hard stone et ocean casino which generated revenue of $25.35 million (April: $26.24 million).

By casino vertical, slots reported revenue of $174.32 million, up 10.5% year over year (May 2021: $157.79 million), while table games earned $58.7 million, up 10.5% year over year. 6.1% (May 2021: $55.35 million). ).

New Jersey sports betting generated $766.4 million, including $708.4 million from online wagering. Sports betting in the state generated $61.6 million in gross receipts in May, up 16.4% from May 2021 ($52.9 million).

However, year-to-date revenue fell 9.3% to $269.4 million from $297.1 million in the same period a year earlier.

Looking at the numbers a little closer, grasslands ranked first with revenue of $35.53 (2021: 34.61 million), ahead of Resorts Digital ($11.28 million) (2021: 9.54 million) and Borgata ($6.44 million) (2021: 3.84 million).

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