New Jersey Reports March 2014 Gaming Revenue

John Mehaffey April 14, 2014 1234 Reads

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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