Online gaming revenue in New Jersey came to $140.7m in March, up 23.7% from the same month in 2021, while sports betting handle exceeded $1bn.
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Sports wagering revenue came to $66.4m, up 9.3% year-on-year. This came on handle of $1.12bn, up 30.3% from March 2021, as the market bounced back after handle dipped below $1bn in February.
Meadowlands, partnered with FanDuel, increased its already-leading market share, bringing in more than 55% of the state’s betting revenue.
The Borgata – with a BetMGM online product – was the leading online operator, bringing in $41.4m. In second place was Golden Nugget Online Gaming – which was acquired by DraftKings this month – with $38.3m.
Resorts Digital – which has sportsbook deals in place with DraftKings and Flutter’s Fox Bet – continued to bring in the second-most revenue, despite a 16.9% decline to $11.7m.
It also provides monthly figures, available via iGamingBusiness.com, on the Italian online market in the Italy iGaming Dashboard, as well as quarterly figures on the Spanish market in the Spain iGaming Dashboard, and the Portuguese market in the Portugal iGaming Dashboard.
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