New Jersey November Casino revenue reaches $214.9m

December 18, 2023
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The state has brought in more than $2.6bn so far this year.

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) has released its November statewide gaming numbers. The state’s casinos, racetracks and their partners brought in $482.4m in total gaming revenue for the month, reflecting an increase of 9.4% when compared to last year’s results.

New Jersey’s casinos reported a November revenue of $214.9m for November. This month’s win grew by 0.2% year-over-year.

The Garden State's revenue from iGaming reached $171.6m, an increase year-over-year of 17.4%.

New Jersey’s sports wagering gross revenue grew 19.2% when compared to results from last year. The state’s casinos, racetracks and partners raked in $95.9m in sports betting revenue.

The division also reported its year-to-date numbers for all categories.

Casino win year-to-date for the state’s nine casino hotel destinations reached $2.62bn, reflecting a boost of 1.8% when compared to last year’s running total.

The Garden State reported a significant growth in its year-to-date iGaming numbers, with a 15.4% increase when compared to 2022. Year-to-date iGaming totals have reached $1.74bn with the November numbers included.

Sports betting gross revenue for the year reached $897.2m and includes totals from racetracks, partners and casinos. Sports wagering saw the highest rate of growth year-to-date, with gross revenue rising by 32.9% when compared to last year.

Total year-to-date revenue grew by 10.5% when compared to 2022, with the total reaching 5.26bn. This includes revenue brought in by casinos, racetracks and their partners.

In November, New Jersey also saw development in its predicted smoking ban, with surveys conducted indicating that casino staff would be in approval of a casino indoor smoking ban.


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