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DraftKings and FanDuel Lead the Way as NJ Online Casinos Post Second-Best Month Ever

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The New Jersey online casino revenue figures are in. While they didn’t exceed March’s $197.2 million, they still notched $187.9 million, representing the second-highest monthly total in New Jersey online casino history. 

The $187.9 million, in addition to being the second-highest, also represented a year-over-year increase of 18.2%. 

Now, through four months, New Jersey has generated more than three-quarters of a billion dollars, with $750.7 million. These figures are already ahead by 21.2% compared to last year’s mark, which generated $1.92 billion. 

The $1.92 billion in 2023 is the single-year record, breaking 2022’s mark of $1.66 billion.

New Jersey is on pace for well over $2.2 billion at this rate. 

Additionally, the state collected nearly $113 million in taxes, and in April, it got $28.3 million. 

In New Jersey, the various gaming venues are taxed differently: 

  • Retail casinos (8%)
  • Online sports betting (13%)
  • Retail sports betting (8%)
  • Online casino play (15%)

Here are the Top Licensees

Looking at the numbers, Golden Nugget Atlantic City was the top licensee at more than $53 million. 

Licensee  Revenue
Golden Nugget Atlantic City $53,104,373
Resorts Digital $47,512,229
Borgata $44,148,869
Tropicana Atlantic City $15,732,066
Hard Rock Atlantic City $10,241,852
Bally’s Atlantic City $8,234,420
Ocean $6,707,774
Harrah’s Atlantic City $1,584,574
Caesars Interactive $612,910

Caesars Interactive came in last and was the only licensee to fail to meet $1 million. 

Online Gambling Revenue Performance

Leading the way for individual skins was DraftKings, with $39,238,978. Just behind them was FanDuel with $39,063,216. 

Here’s a look at how all online casinos in the state performed: 

Online Casino Revenue
DraftKings $39,238,978
FanDuel $39,063,216
BetMGM $23,184,189
Borgata $17,594,111
Caesars Palace $11,350,554
Hard Rock Bet $8,881,657
BetRivers $6,874,855
Golden Nugget $6,711,779
Bally $5,782,576
ESPN Bet $3,324,547
PlayStar $2,357,442
Tropicana $2,318,071
Resorts $2,214,128
Ocean $2,171,438
PartyPoker $1,868,784
Virgin $1,696,962
Jackpocket $1,584,574
PokerStars $1,545,396
Bet365 $1,366,337
Mohegan Sun $1,189,180
Harrah’s $1,133,605
Tipico $1,123,232
Parx $1,055,662
Pala/Stardust $950,919
WSOP $929,836
PointsBet $754,882
888 $612,910
Wheel of Fortune $550,866
Betway $429,175
Jackpot City $25,348
Unibet -$6,142

Of course, Unibet is withdrawing from the United States, so it’s no surprise to see them losing more than $6,000. Jackpot City, a newer online casino, was the next lowest figure, bringing in just over $25,000. 

DraftKings and FanDuel contributed nearly 42% of the state’s revenue. This was nearly more than the next seven online casinos combined. 

Five other online casinos, including BetMGM, Borgata, and Caesars Palace, had revenue in the eight digits. 

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Richard Janvrin


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