New Jersey gaming revenue up 25% for November

By Tim Poole

New Jersey's total gaming revenue for November rose 25% year-on-year to $257.4m.

The Garden State saw casino win grow 13% to $209.2m, while internet gaming win grew 31% to $26.9m.

Sports wagering revenue of $21.2m completes the figure, which is an increase of 83% compared to October’s revenue.

Sports betting handle also rose 27% from October to $330.7m in November – with $92.1m of this taking place through on-site wagering and $238.6m online.

In year-to-date terms, New Jersey’s total gaming revenue has increased 8% year-on-year to $2.45bn, with casino win growing 3% to $2.3bn.

Internet gaming win is up 20% to $269.7m, while sports wagering gross revenue has amounted to $73.2m since legalised sports betting was launched in June.

Year-to-date sports wagering handle reached $928.1m, with online accounting for a large share of this at $539.6m and on-site betting totalling $388.6m.

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