On-line gambling in the garden State noticed the very first drop in revenues for the first time in months. The New Jersey Division for Gaming Enforcement released the latest stats displaying revenues earned in December dropped about 20% and 13% for year-on-year, but expressed they were in the good region for general.
Online operations, general, earned $20.eight million for the month of December. Online casino revenues had been up by 12.9% for the year earning $18.eight million while poker was down by 7.8% for the year earning just $1.9 million. The earnings for December brings the total on-line revenue to $245.six million, doubling the total income for 2014 gaming year.
Land-based revenues improve for the second year following 5 of the 12 casinos shut its doors. The seven remaining casinos earned $2.six billion for the fiscal year, a 2.2% increase compared to 2016.