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    NJ October sees 297% Rise in Sports Betting Revenue

    According to the latest reports in the US, NJ October saw the state rack up a total of $292.9m in gaming revenue. This is considered to be a 23% rise year-on-year. Sports wagering revenue saw the biggest leap, rising 297% to $46.4m. Another interesting factor was internet gaming which increased 69% to $45.2m. Let’s take […]

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    NJ September Sees Another Successful Casino Month

    The results for September are out and as far as we can tell, New Jersey has recorded another fine figure for 2019. The NJ September results show that total revenue rose once again in the month growing 8% year-on-year to $303.5m. Let’s take a look.  If you take a look at the latest online gambling […]

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    Gambling Jobs in NJ are Lowering Drastically

    The latest reports from Atlantic City report that gambling jobs in NJ are becoming more and more obsolete. Despite brilliant results in the second quarter of 2019 for New Jersey, with revenue increasing 18.2%, profits were down 6.8%. This was all reported by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE). Let’s take a look.  […]

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    Mobile Betting in NJ Makes Up Most for July

    July was a comfortable month for the all-intriguing New Jersey gambling market. Right now, it appears as though the state is doing everything right. This has been a break-out year for them, with profits galore. However, in July, the majority of growth was brought in by mobile betting in NJ. Let’s take a look.  If […]

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    NJ Sports Betting Outshines Nevada for May

    It appears as though May was a successful month for NJ sports betting, but Nevada took a hit as they fell 6% year-on-year for May. The figure for total gaming revenue went down to $981.8m while both sports betting and revenue were supposed in New Jersey for the first time. Let’s take a look at […]