Gambling venues in the state brought in US$212 million in August and improved from last year’s US$194 million.
The gaming association released new research that details the impact gaming has on the local economy.
Despite gross revenue being slightly down, total gaming revenue in the state’s casinos was up 2.8% year-on-year during August.
The NJDGE revealed that, during August, casinos raked gaming revenues of US$303.9 million, up nearly one full quarter year-on-year.
The company commented on the one-notch downgrade and said that the new ranking doesn’t change the course of its business plan.