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New Jersey Online Gambling Revenue (2021)

The Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) regulates all legal online gambling in New Jersey, including land-based and online casinos, poker rooms, and sports betting platforms. The DGE also oversees the licensing process for all casino operators in the state. In addition to its regulatory responsibilities, the DGE also collects taxes on all gambling activity in NJ.

The DGE is committed to ensuring that all NJ gambling is conducted safely and fairly. To this end, the agency regularly audits and investigates all licensed casinos. Any casino that violates the rules is subject to enforcement action, up to and including revocation of its license. The Division also provides monthly financial and statistical information for all licensed casinos within the state.

January 2021

In January 2021, Golden Nugget Atlantic City had the largest online gambling haul in New Jersey with $31,187,836. Borgata Casino and Resorts Atlantic City were the second and third-largest, with $28,709,280 and $22,838,525, respectively.

Caesars Atlantic City had the largest Poker revenue at $974,886, and the fourth-largest overall revenue at $7,387,065.. Ocean Resorts Casino generated the lowest overall revenue. The online operator recorded a total of $970,679.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Golden Nugget $31,187,836 $31,187,836 $0
Borgata $28,709,280 $27,782,992 $926,288
Resorts $22,838,525 $21,995,408 $843,117
Caesars $7,387,065 $6,412,179 $974,886
Tropicana $7,041,915 $7,041,915 $0
Hard Rock $5,636,012 $5,636,012 $0
Ocean $970,679 $970,679 $0
Total $103,771,312 $101,027,021 $2,744,291


February 2021

Golden Nugget Atlantic City generated the largest NJ online gambling revenue in February 2021 with $27,907,842. Borgata’s $25,717,183 was the second largest, while Resorts Atlantic City had the third-largest figure at $19,741,735.

Caesars Atlantic City was the fourth-largest with $8,557,787, but recorded the largest NJ online poker revenue at $955,318. The overall smallest New Jersey online gambling haul was Ocean Casino Resort’s $846,488.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Golden Nugget $27,907,842 $27,907,842 $0
Borgata $25,717,183 $24,920,536 $796,647
Resorts $19,741,735 $19,012,790 $728,945
Caesars $8,557,787 $7,602,469 $955,318
Tropicana $6,510,468 $6,510,468 $0
Hard Rock $4,528,983 $4,528,983 $0
Ocean $846,488 $846,488 $0
Total $93,810,486 $91,329,576 $2,480,910


March 2021

In March 2021, Borgata Casino generated the most revenue from NJ online gambling, with a total of $36,177,540. The casino also had the largest NJ Poker revenue at $9,573,75.
The second-biggest online gaming revenue for March was Golden Nugget Atlantic City's $31,755,606, while Resorts Atlantic City was the third largest with $21,435,369. Ocean Casino Resort recorded the smallest revenue for March at $1,263,938.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $36,177,540 $35,220,165 $9,573,75
Golden Nugget $31,755,606 $31,755,606 $0
Resorts $21,435,369 $20,681,348 $754,021
Caesars $9,754,983 $8,766,458 $988,525
Tropicana $7,253,912 $7,253,912 $0
Hard Rock $6,027,839 $6,027,839 $0
Ocean $1,263,938 $1,263,938 $0
Total $113,669,187 $110,969,266 $2,699,921


April 2021

Borgata Casino generated the biggest NJ online gaming revenue in April 2021 at $32,808,922, closely followed by Golden Nugget Atlantic City with $32,426,981. The third and fourth largest for the month were Resorts Atlantic City and Caesars Atlantic City, with $19,614,084 and $9,196,040, respectively.

Caesars also generated the largest NJ Poker revenue with a total of $1,017,832. Overall, Ocean Casino Resort had the state's smallest NJ online gambling revenue at $1,253,715.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $32,808,922 $32,062,127 $746,795
Golden Nugget $32,426,981 $32,426,981 $0
Resorts $19,614,084 $18,972,170 $641,914
Caesars $9,196,040 $8,178,208 $1,017,832
Tropicana $7,313,962 $7,313,962 $0
Hard Rock $5,135,904 $5,135,904 $0
Ocean $1,253,715 $1,253,715 $0
Total $107,749,608 $105,343,067 $2,406,541


May 2021

May 2021 saw Borgata Casino record the largest online gambling revenue with $32,786,396. Golden Nugget and Resort Atlantic City were second and third with $31,098,654 and $21,551,837, respectively. Caesars had the fourth-largest total revenue at $9,160,362, and recorded the month’s largest Poker revenue at $919,526. The overall lowest was Ocean Casino Resort at $1,122,803.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $32,786,396 $32,017,757 $768,639
Golden Nugget $31,098,654 $31,098,654 $0
Resorts $21,551,837 $20,832,131 $719,706
Caesars $9,160,362 $8,240,836 $919,526
Tropicana $6,356,778 $6,356,778 $0
Hard Rock $6,093,728 $6,093,728 $0
Ocean $1,122,803 $1,122,803 $0
Total $108,170,558 $105,762,687 $2,407,871


June 2021

Borgata Casino and Golden Nugget Atlantic City generated the most in online gambling revenue for June 2021, with $34,329,142 and $27,600,158, respectively. Resorts Casino had the third largest at $22,527,307, while Caesars came in fourth with $9,364,121. Caesars recorded the highest Poker revenue at $891,872, followed by Resorts Atlantic City’s $584,515. The lowest overall revenue was generated by Ocean Casino resort. The online operator recorded a total of $1,227,553.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $34,329,142 $33,596,155 $732,987
Golden Nugget $27,600,158 $27,600,158 $0
Resorts $22,527,307 $21,942,792 $584,515
Caesars $9,364,121 $8,472,249 $891,872
Tropicana $6,230,723 $6,230,723 $0
Hard Rock $5,774,934 $5,774,934 $0
Ocean $1,227,553 $1,227,553 $0
Total $107,053,938 $104,844,564 $2,209,374


July 2021

Borgata Casino’s $36,464,340 revenue was July 2021’s largest online gambling haul in New Jersey. Golden Nugget Atlantic City and Resorts Atlantic City had the second and third-largest, with $33,504,559 and $23,295,171, respectively. Caesars Atlantic City had the fourth-largest revenue at $10,194,267, and generated $1,712,676 in Poker revenue - the largest in July 2021. New Jersey’s lowest online gambling revenue was Bally’s Atlantic City’s $46,518.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata Casino $36,464,340 $35,726,923 $737,417
Golden Nugget $33,504,559 $33,504,559 $0
Resorts $23,295,171 $22,672,508 $622,663
Caesars $10,194,267 $8,481,591 $1,712,676
Tropicana $6,988,798 $6,988,798 $0
Hard Rock $6,645,764 $6,645,764 $0
Ocean $1,545,678 $1,545,678 $0
Bally's $46,518 $46,518 $0
Total $118,685,095 $115,612,339 $3,072,756


August 2021

In August 2021, Borgata Casino raked in more online gaming revenue than any other New Jersey casino, with $37,292,741. Golden Nugget Casino followed with $29,782,341, while Resorts Atlantic City was third with $21,622,865. Caesars Atlantic City had the highest Poker revenue at $964,818, but generated the fourth-largest total online gaming revenue at $9,893,194. The month's overall lowest was Bally's Atlantic City's $46,376.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $37,292,741 $36,492,628 $800,113
Golden Nugget $29,782,341 $29,782,341 $0
Resorts $21,622,865 $20,944,382 $678,483
Caesars $9,893,194 $8,928,376 $964,818
Tropicana $6,988,082 $6,988,082 $0
Hard Rock $6,026,051 $6,026,051 $0
Ocean $1,579,051 $1,579,051 $0
Bally's $46,376 $46,376 $0
Total $113,230,701 $110,787,287 $2,443,414

September 2021

Borgata Casino generated the most in New Jersey online gaming revenue at $38,224,449. It also had the largest NJ Poker revenue at $1,021,206. September's second-largest revenue was Golden Nugget Atlantic City's $21,069,899, while Resorts Atlantic City had the third-largest haul in New Jersey at $28,386,004.

Bally's Atlantic City had the month's least total revenue at $336,979.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $38,224,449 $37,203,243 $1,021,206
Golden Nugget $31,069,899 $31,069,899 $0
Resorts $28,386,004 $27,720,196 $665,808
Caesars $10,179,606 $9,374,719 $804,887
Tropicana $7,206,206 $7,206,206 $0
Hard Rock $5,809,634 $5,809,634 $0
Ocean $1,382,171 $1,382,171 $0
Bally's $336,979 $336,979 $0
Total $122,594,948 $120,103,047 $2,491,901


October 2021

New Jersey’s largest online casino revenue for October 2021 was Borgata Casino’s $38,830,812, followed by Golden Nugget Atlantic City’s $34,499,840. Resorts Atlantic City and Caesars Atlantic City came in third and fourth with $29,298,517 and $8,939,563, respectively. Borgata also had the state’s biggest Poker revenue at $933,471. New Jersey’s smallest online gaming revenue was Bally’s Atlantic City’s $269,768.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $38,830,812 $37,897,341 $933,471
Golden Nugget Atlantic City $34,499,840 $34,499,840 $0
Resorts Atlantic City $29,298,517 $28,674,624 $623,893
Caesars Atlantic City $8,939,563 $8,064,566 $874,997
Tropicana Atlantic City $7,643,532 $7,643,532 $0
Hard Rock Atlantic City $5,916,246 $5,916,246 $0
Ocean $1,603,427 $1,603,427 $0
Bally's Atlantic City $269,768 $269,768 $0
Total $127,001,705 $124,569,344 $2,432,361


November 2021

The largest NJ online gaming revenue for November was Borgata Casino’s $33,735,211. The second largest was Golden Nugget Atlantic City’s $31,764,632, while Resorts Atlantic City had the third-largest volume, with $27,870,533.

Caesars Atlantic City raked in more Poker revenue than other casinos, with a total of $854,361. The month’s lowest NJ online gambling revenue was Bally’s Atlantic City’s $622,875.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $33,735,211 $33,000,462 $734,749
Golden Nugget Atlantic City $31,764,632 $31,764,632 $0
Resorts Atlantic City $27,870,533 $27,263,118 $607,415
Caesars Atlantic City $9,752,127 $8,897,766 $854,361
Tropicana Atlantic City $7,752,284 $7,752,284 $0
Hard Rock Atlantic City $4,859,460 $4,859,460 $0
Ocean $1,622,976 $1,622,976 $0
Bally's Atlantic City $622,875 $622,875 $0
Total $117,980,098 $115,783,573 $2,196,525


December 2021

Borgata Casino’s total online gambling was New Jersey’s largest in December 2021, at $37,052,103. Golden Nugget Atlantic City and Resorts Atlantic City came in second and third with $36,006,076, and $32,930,701, respectively. Although Caesars Atlantic City is fourth on the list with $10,391,523, the casino’s Poker revenue was the state’s highest for December at $848,882. Bally’s Atlantic City was the overall lowest with $346,218 in total online gambling revenue.

Operator Total Revenue Casino Revenue Poker Revenue
Borgata $37,052,103 $36,248,715 $803,388
Golden Nugget Atlantic City $36,006,076 $36,006,076 $0
Resorts Atlantic City $32,930,701 $32,245,126 $685,575
Caesars Atlantic City $10,391,523 $9,542,641 $848,882
Tropicana Atlantic City $10,059,227 $10,059,227 $0
Hard Rock Atlantic City $4,861,176 $4,861,176 $0
Ocean $1,564,982 $1,564,982 $0
Bally's Atlantic City $346,218 $346,218 $0
Total $133,212,006 $130,874,161 $2,337,845