That continued in October with revenue numbers remaining strong. The Garden State saw similar numbers as September and PA saw a slight increase.
Due to the COVID-19 spread and rising case numbers, online poker may produce another upsurge again in the coming months.
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New Jersey revenue remains in good shape, signs for upward trend
Revenue reports for online poker in New Jersey flattened out in October. The NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) reported online operators brought in $2.5 million in revenue.
The total was basically unchanged the previous month, but a 53.5% increase year over year.
WSOP.com comes out on top
The monthly revenue battle has tightened in New Jersey among the three online operators. The Garden State’s online operators include:
All three platforms battle monthly to grab the top spot but WSOP.com continues to hold on. In October, the site reported $951,651 in revenue.
The site dropped under $1 million for the first time since the Coronavirus pandemic began