Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa Continues To Be Market Share Leader - For NowPublished on August 17th, 2014 7:34 pm EST
Earlier this week, New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement released the monthly Internet gross revenue report for the month of July.
Online poker revenues rebounded slightly in July following a downwards trend that started in April, while money generated from "other authorized games" also increased.
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa network, which includes BorgataCasino.com, BorgataPoker.com and NJ.PartyPoker.com, continued to lead the way in terms of online poker market share in July. The network brought in $1,109,670 in online poker revenues in July, up from $1,075,293 the month before. This brings the network's YTD take from online poker up to $9,820,001.
The Caesars Interactive Entertainment network, which includes CaesarsCasino.com, HarrahsCasino.com, WSOP.com and 888.com, reported online poker revenues of $1,010,786 in July, up from $942,369 in the previous month. The Caesars Interactive Entertainment network's total take from online poker through the first seven months of the year now sits at $8,573,943.
When it comes to the New Jersey online poker market, there is the Borgata and Caesars and then everybody else. Here are the online poker revenues from the rest of the participants in the NJ online gaming market:
Golden Nugget Atlantic City, $0
Tropicana Casino & Resort, $0
Trump Plaza Associates, $1
Trump Taj Mahal Associates, $26,043
The New Jersey online poker market will likely be turned on its ear later this year when it is expected that Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker will be admitted to the market. The Amaya Gaming Group's planned acquisition of the Rational Group is very likely going to pave the way for Pokerstars' return to the United States, and that will have a massive impact on the New Jersey online gaming market.
Source: NJ.gov - Monthly Internet Gross Revenue Reports
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