This data on this page will be updated monthly as of November 2013 providing insight into the entire lifespan of regulated online gaming in New Jersey. At least once a quarter, BonusSeeker.com will provide additional analysis on the outlook of New Jersey's budding gaming market, tax revenues, and perspective expansion of regulated online gaming to other states in the upcoming years. We will also report the launch of any new or upcomming NJ online casinos, so that readers are aware of the complete regulated landscape.
Along with a brief analysis for an introduction, the following Data is provided further down this page:
UPDATED ANALYSIS: January 30th, 2018
New Jersey Online Casino Revenue up 24.9% in 2017
24 January 2018
New Jersey online gaming operators finished 2017 with their best year to date. Online casino gross gaming revenue in New Jersey totaled $245.6m in 2017, an increase of 24.9% on 2016 and a new record for the US state. 2016 revenues totaled $196.8m
$245.6m represents the highest annual total amount of gaming win since Chris Christie and the New Jersey regulators first legalized online gambling back in November 2013.
Till the end of 2017 the state had been able to generate $722m in total online casino revenue. New Jersey land based operators also saw a rise in revenues with win up 0.3% to $2.4b in 2017.
Online Casino lead the way with $221.3m out of the $245.6m in total revenue. Leaving poker generating only $22.6m for the 12-month period.
Punters are expecting for milder growth in 2018, estimates range from 10-18%. But with 2 new operators slated to join the pack, Hard Rock and Ocean Club, we could potentially see growth well beyond that.
Revenue and Tax Reporting
You can clearly see here which online casinos in New Jersey have effective growth strategies and have been consistently able to attract new players over time. Some operators have seen little to no revenue growth from November 2013 showing that they're likely not conducting any effective marketing tactics.
The online casino industry has raised an incredible amount of money for the State of New Jersey. With a blended average tax of about 15% on online gaming, NJ has taken in over $108 million dollars in under 4 years.
Cumulative Taxes (How much has NJ received from online gambling operators since regulating the industry?)