New Jersey Reports March 2014 Gaming Revenue

John Mehaffey April 14, 2014
New Jersey Reports March 2014 Gaming Revenue

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released March 2014 revenue results for its land-based and online casinos.  March 2014 was down 1.9 percent from a year ago for the 11 Atlantic City casinos that are still operating.  The land-based casino win was down 7.1 percent when accounting for Atlantic Club’s March 2013 results.

The big Atlantic City winner in March was Revel.  It posted a 50 percent increase in gaming revenue.  Golden Nugget and Resorts posted gains of over 20 percent.

Online gaming numbers came in just under $11.9 million, up 15.2 percent from the previous month.  Poker generated $3.2 million, while casino games posted a net win of $8.7 million.

New Jersey Interactive Gaming Win by Company

  • Borgata/Party Poker – $4,395,734
  • Caesars Interactive/888 – $3,716,873
  • Tropicana/Gamesys – $1,895,826
  • Trump Taj Mahal/Ultimate Gaming – $682,639
  • Golden Nugget – $677,746
  • Trump Plaza/Betfair – $509,556

New Jersey Internet Gaming Numbers and Poker Market Share

Poker

Casino

Total

Poker %

Share %

Borgata

1,642,314

2,753,420

4,395,734

37.30%

51.20%

Caesars

1,468,035

2,248,838

3,716,873

39.50%

45.70%

Tropicana

0

1,895,826

1895826

0%

0%

Trump Taj Mahal

100,289

582,350

682,639

14.70%

3.10%

Golden Nugget

0

677,746

677,746

0%

0%

Trump Plaza

25

509,531

509,556

0%

0%

Poker % represents the percentage of overall income that was derived from poker.  Share % demonstrates the percentage of the overall New Jersey online poker market held by a licensee.

Infographic: Three months of New Jersey interactive gaming win

The market share of the three largest licensees remained nearly the same since February.  Poker as a percentage of revenue slipped at all sites due to gains on casino games, however, all four poker licensees posted a combined 3 percent gain in actual revenue.

Poker numbers posted by Caesars cover two poker networks that do not share player pools. WSOP.com is operated by a Caesars subsidiary, while 888 operates on its own platform.

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