New Jersey July 2014 Gaming Win Announced by DGE

John Mehaffey August 13, 2014 598 Reads

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released July 2014 casino win for Atlantic City and online operations. Atlantic City casinos posted a combined win of $264,185,099. This was down 11.1 percent from July 2013 when including the shuttered Atlantic Club.

The biggest losers in terms of percentage change were Revel (-36.3 percent) and Trump Plaza (-34 percent). Both casinos are expected to close next month.

There were some winners in Atlantic City in July. Golden Nugget improved gaming win 40.5 percent, while Tropicana was up 34.2 percent over July 2013.

Interactive Win

The total online gaming win in New Jersey was $10,070,262 in July 2014. This was a 5.4 percent increase over the previous month. Online poker revenue was $2,146,500 in July, up 4.6 percent over June. House games won $7,923,762, up 5.9 percent from the previous month.

July 2014 New Jersey Interactive Win by Company

Below are the totals from each interactive licensee ranked in order. Percentage change from the previous month is in parenthesis. Licenses without poker will include only casino revenue. Note that Borgata’s figures include Party Poker and Caesars’ includes 888.  Ultimate Gaming does business under the Trump Taj Mahal license.  Betfair operates under Trump Plaza.

Borgata

• Poker: $1,109,670 (+3.1%)
• Casino: $2,071,378 (-13.4%)
• Total: $3,181,048 (-8.3%)

Caesars

• Poker: $1,010,786 (+7.2%)
• Casino: $1,705,808 (+2.8%)
• Total: $2,716,594 (+4.3%)

Tropicana

• Casino: $1,964,130 (+12%)

Golden Nugget

• Casino: $944,840 (+24.8%)

Trump Plaza

• Poker: $1 (up from $0 in June)
• Casino: $676,606 (+25.6%)
• Total: $676,607 (+25.6%)

Trump Taj Mahal

• Poker: $26,043 (-14.4%)
• Casino: $561,000 (+20.4%)
• Total: $587,043 (+18.3%)

Infographic: Month-by-month iGaming revenue

Year-to-date interactive gaming win in New Jersey as of July 31, 2014 is $73,121,027. Poker rake is $18,822,215. Borgata leads all licensees with $27,153,313 in total interactive gaming revenue. Caesars Interactive comes in at second place with $21,243,281.