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NJ Online Casinos Way Out In Front Of The Pace, Well On Their Way To Record Year

Online casinos in New Jersey are way out in front of 2022’s record-setting pace through August, according to recent numbers from state regulators.

Data released Friday by the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement shows NJ online casino gambling generated nearly $155.3 million in revenue last month, an 18.1% year-over-year increase from August ’22. Year-to-date, online casinos have netted more than $1.24 billion in revenue, which is 14.6% higher than at the same point last year.

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The state collected more than $23.2 million in taxes from NJ online casino revenue in August and $186 million for the entire year. AC’s nine casinos have collectively paid $121.7 million in taxes on in-person gambling revenues in 2023.

State gaming regulators lump groups of online gambling operators together under AC casino licenses or approved online entities for reporting purposes. As such, determining revenue from specific websites or mobile apps is not possible.


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