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Gambling Industry grows in New Jersey

By Sophie Couard

Since the terrible performance of 2014, the gaming industry continues to grow in New Jersey.

New Jersey state gambling revenue increased to $257.4 million in November 2018, representing an increase of 25% over the same period last year. This is healthy news for the local Industry, and we wanted to tell you more about it today.

2014 was a dark year

Atlantic City has established itself alongside Macau, Singapore, Las Vegas and Monaco as one of the leading international cities for casinos. The gambling industry in New Jersey inevitably depends largely on the financial health of casinos in this single city. When some casinos had to be permanently closed in 2014, the overall results of the entire state turned out to be very poor. Fortunately, the situation has dramatically improved since the opening of two new mega-complexes in Atlantic City.

The numbers are encouraging

Overall, casinos in New Jersey posted a 13% increase in revenue to $209.2 million, while online gambling revenue grew 31% to $26.9 million. However, the biggest growth was in the sportsbook industry, which rose to $21.2 million, up 83% from last month.

Gambling Industry Sales in New Jersey are Rising

General increase in revenue this year

In November, New Jersey gambling revenue increased 25%, and 13% coming from casinos.

Since the beginning of the year, total New Jersey gaming revenue has increased 8% year-on-year to $2.45 billion. At $2.3 billion, casinos account for the bulk of this revenue, up 3% from 2017.

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By Sophie Couard
By Sophie Couard - EDITOR

I am a great fan of gambling, I became a croupier to finance my studies. After my high school diploma in economic and social sciences , I obtained a bachelor's degree in economics and then a master in philosophy with a thesis on player behavior. After working in an online casino customer support, I became a writer on FeedBACK Casino.