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Atlantic City Casinos’ Tax Bills Would Be Amended Under Lawmaker’s Proposal from NJ Online Gambling's John Brennan

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The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement currently lumps online casino and mobile sports betting revenue together with traditional brick-and-mortar dollars in its monthly reports.

That makes the casinos’ revenue numbers for 2020 not seem so dire. In its year-end press release, DGE noted, “For 2020, the Industry’s Total Gaming Revenue was $2.88 billion compared to$3.47 billion, reflecting a decrease of 16.9%.”

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That seems pretty strong, given that the casino properties were entirely closed from mid-March until July 4 weekend and were opened only on a limited basis for the rest of the year.

But a closer look shows that brick-and-mortar revenue declined from $2.69 billion in 2019 to $1.51 billion in 2020 — a drop of 43.7%.

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