Borgata Posts Online Poker Revenues of $1,075,293 in JunePublished on July 22nd, 2014 12:23 am EST
The monthly Internet gross revenue report from New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement was released earlier this week.
The numbers for all of the major players in the New Jersey market took a hit in June, likely due to the onset of summer.
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa poker network, which is comprised of BorgataPoker.com and NJ.Partypoker.com, posted online poker revenues of $1,075,293 for the month of June. This was down from previous months and brings their total YTD win from online poker to $8,710,331. The Borgata collected an additional $2,392,471 from "other authorized games" in June.
Caesars Interactive Entertainment, which includes WSOP.com and 888.com in the New Jersey market, posted online poker revenues of $942,369 in June, which brings their YTD total to $7,563,157. Caesars Interactive Entertainment collected an additional $1,657,994 from "other authorized games" in June.
Here are the rest of the companies that currently operate in the New Jersey market and what they posted for online poker revenues in June:
Golden Nugget Atlantic City, -
Tropicana Casino & Resort, -
Trump Plaza Associates, -
Trump Taj Mahal Associates, $30,420
As you can clearly see, the New Jersey online poker market is dominated by two companies.
That will change overnight, however, if Amaya/Pokerstars is eventually granted a license, which is what most people expect.
Source: NJ.gov - Monthly Internet Gross Revenue Reports
Filed Under: Online Poker Rooms