New Jersey set a new record monthly total for online casino revenue in August as licensees generated $87.8m from slots and table games.
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Slots drove all but $3m of the total as online poker GGR decreased by $1.8m on the prior month, edging closer to the numbers seen pre-pandemic before it saw an uplift from sports-starved sports bettors switching their activity into table games.
Online casino market leader Golden Nugget saw its share of Garden State online casino GGR fall to 31.5% from 36% in July, with Borgata, partnered with BetMGM, increasing its market share by five percentage points to 22.5% to overtake Resorts (which sub-licenses PokerStars) as the second largest operator in the market.
August also saw a new monthly record for sports betting handle as all major US sports returned to a full program.
The digital channel drove 90% of the US$668m handle generated by New Jersey’s casinos and racetracks.
Meadowlands, and its partners FanDuel and Pointsbet, accounted for 53.6% of the revenue (GGR), up from 47.7% the previous month, ahead of Resorts Digital, which sub-licenses DraftKings and Flutter Entertainment’s Fox Bet, which saw its market share decline by two percentage points to 25.4%.
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