Although that amount saw an increase in comparison with the previous year, it is a slight drop on the amount generated in May 2016.
US.- The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) posted June’s results. The state collected US$16.4 million in online gaming revenue in June, which was an increase on the previous year, although it is a slight drop on the amount generated in May of this year.
According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s data, the total represents a 40.6 percent year-on-year rise, but is down on the US$16.5 million achieved in May and even lower that the US$17.0 million generated in April.
Total gaming win for the month was US$213.9 million, again, a decrease on the US$216.5 million posted last year and a fall in the US$221.1 million generated in May.
In terms of online gaming wins for the year-to-date, now stands at U$94.8 million, up 31.7 percent on the previous year, while total gaming win for the first six months of the year is up 2.5 percent.