State Gaming Revenue Up 10%, Approaching Pre-COVID Levels.

By Kwame
Published September 20, 2022

Good news! New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement just announced August’s cumulative revenue for the gaming sector. $470.6 million was reported – 10.1% up from August 2021.

Still, five of the nine casinos in The Garden State reported an increase in wins compared to last year. Borgata reported $120.7 million, up 29%. Hard Rock reported $54 million, up 2.8%. Ocean Casino Resort reported $40 million, up 14%. Bally’s reported just over $20 million, up nearly 30%, and Resorts reported $18.7 million, up 0.2%.

The remaining four casinos reported a decline revenue. Golden Nugget reported $44.5 million, down 2.7%; Tropicana reported $35.1 million, down 7.8%; Harrah’s reported $25 million, down 10.4%; and Caesars made $22 million down 13%.

The Borgata had its second-best month ever, trailing its best month ever, July’s returns of $124 million. Both figures represent the highest revenue ever reached by an Atlantic City casino!