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NJ Sports Betting Handle Nearly $5 Billion For First Half Of 2021 from NJ Online Gambling's John Brennan

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The June gambling revenue figures released on Friday by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement set up a review of the state of the industry at the midpoint of 2021.

So June’s sports betting handle (amount wagered) of $766.9 million — about what was expected — means that $4.89 billion already has been wagered in the Garden State this year.

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With lucrative college and pro football betting still to come, it’s a virtual certainty, then, that New Jersey becomes the first U.S. state to reach the $10 billion mark for one year.

For NJ sportsbook operators, the June revenue of $71.3 million finishes off a half-year with $368.3 million in the bank.

And as far as taxes go, sports betting brought the state treasury $8.7 million in June and $43.2 million so far in 2021.


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