New Jersey breaks igaming records in December

New Jersey set another new record for igaming revenue in December.
New Jersey set another new record for igaming revenue in December.

New Jersey once again smashed its own igaming records, according to the state regulator.

US.- Figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement show that state more than doubled its igaming revenues year-on-year in December 2020.

The state’s online casino and poker operations together brought in $99.45m in December, over twice as much as the $49.3m taken in December 2019 and $7.65m more than in November 2020.

Online casinos were responsible for the biggest gains, with revenues up by 102.6 per cent year-on-year to $96.43m. Online poker was up 25 per cent to just over $3m.

Golden Nugget’s online casino brought in the highest revenues of any operator at $29.4m. The company saw significant growth in 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, regulators in New Jersey have issued a warning to online gambling operators regarding the processing time for withdrawals from online gaming accounts.

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