Figures released by the New Jersey Bureau of Gaming Enforcement on Tuesday show that the state’s casinos earned a total of $299 million from face-to-face gamblers in July. 8% above $77 million.
Year-to-date total casino wins for the nine casino hotels were $1.61 billion, up 16% from $1.39 billion in the prior quarter.
“Atlantic City casino wins and total game revenues were strong in the first month of 2018.
Commenting on the July results, James Plousis, Chairman of the New Jersey Casino Board, said: “Casino wins reached their highest July level in a decade, reflecting the strength of Atlantic City as a gaming and leisure destination. compared to casino wins, internet game wins, and total gaming revenue.”
Internet gaming wins reported by casinos and their partners in July were $136.7 million. This is his 15.2% increase compared to his $118.7 million in the previous quarter. Year-to-date Internet his gaming wins were his $951.2 million, as reported by the casino and its partners.
Total reported sports betting revenues from casinos, racetracks and their partners were $45 million in July 2022, down 18.1% from $55 million in the prior quarter.
“July’s decline in numbers can be attributed to two key factors. The lack of a sports calendar played a key role in the decline. According to TopNJCasinos.com, Garden State’s “While the numbers are in line with national market trends, the year-over-year decline is not. “The decline is a sign that New Jersey continues to feel the effects of the January sports betting start in neighboring New York state later in the year.” It shows that
Total Gaming Revenues Reported by Casinos, Racetracks and Their Partners Hit 480.7 Million in July 2022, Reflecting a 6.7% Increase from $450.6 Million Reported in July 2021 was a dollar. This reflects a 13.7% increase from the $2.56 billion reported in the prior quarter.