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July Revenue Figures Suggest Sky’s The Limit For NJ Online Casino from NJ Online Gambling's John Brennan

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Whenever it seems as if perhaps New Jersey’s online casino revenue has finally leveled off after almost eight years, along comes a month like July 2021.

A record $118.7 million was won by the online casino industry in July, according to figures released Monday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement.

That figure comes after April ($108.2 million), May ($108.2 million), and June ($107.1 million) each had failed to match the March record of $113.7 million.

For the third consecutive month, Borgata outflanked longtime state market leader Golden Nugget. Borgata — the overall revenue standardbearer almost since it opened in 2003 — and its partners took in $36.5 million, beating the $33.6 million collected by the Golden Nugget-affiliated sites.

Resorts was a solid third at $23.3 million, while Caesars was the other $10 million-plus earner at $10.2 million.

The news was less impressive for online poker, which dropped from a relatively robust $4.8 million in July 2020 down to $3.1 million last month.


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