NJ Online Casinos: Resorts Eclipses $50M In Year-To-Date Revenue

NJ Online Casinos: Resorts Eclipses $50M In Year-To-Date Revenue

Some online casinos in New Jersey go under the radar despite their prosperity, and Resorts Digital houses several brands that fit this bill. While Golden Nugget and its team of operators set a new revenue record in July 2019, Resorts Digital was holding firm in second place, according to revenue figures from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. With nearly $7 million in revenue earned, Resorts was able to hold that respectable position it has occupied all year long.

DraftKings, PokerStars Help Resorts Earn NJ Online Casino Revenue

Both Golden Nugget and Resorts Digital rely on revenue earned from multiple brands under their umbrella, so there are plenty of options to consider if you're looking to place your wagers at online casinos from Resorts. The company counts on some of the strongest online casinos in New Jersey to continue to boost their profits and the group as a whole has achieved success in 2019 as it crossed the $50-million mark in revenue by July. Below are the sites that contribute to revenue for Resorts:

  • Resorts Online Casino

As the namesake website of the larger company, Resorts Online Casino NJ has the task of leading the group and continuously propping up the name and while pushing the revenue train. Resorts was the first in Atlantic City to open a land-based casino before things moved to mobile, so it's got the longest-lasting name in the market and a reputation as a reliable resource for online casino enthusiasts. 

  • DraftKings Casino

Speaking of a proven name, DraftKings has cemented itself as a top brand for sports betting in New Jersey. Combined with the convenience of having one wallet and app for both DraftKings Sportsbook and DraftKings Casino, it creates a one-stop-shop for those in the Garden State who want to seamlessly switch between playing online slots and table games and betting on sports. 

  • Mohegan Sun Online Casino

Resorts owes a lot to Mohegan Sun, as their partnership back in 2012 helped attract customers to the Resorts brand and got them out of a tough financial situation. The addition of Mohegan Sun eventually led resorts to larger partnerships that help build what it is today.

  • PokerStars NJ

After the partnership with Mohegan Sun proved to be a success, Resorts joined forces with NJ online poker powerhouse PokerStars NJ. Not all real money casinos in NJ have poker revenue contributing to their overall revenue, but PokerStars continues to boost their numbers to keep them in second place. 

Resorts Digital Eclipses $50 Million In Total Revenue For 2019

For the second month in a row, Resorts Digital was right around the $7 million mark it had been surpassing since setting its monthly revenue record back in March with $8.47 million. July brought in $6,868,812 in total revenue, which is a small drop from the $6,927,140 they pulled in for June.

With the most recent numbers accounted for, Resorts surpassed last year's revenue total within seven months of activity. Their year-to-date revenue is now at $50,443,250 (after adjustments) according to the latest NJ DGE numbers, flying past the $45,307,723 it pulled in for 2018. Check out the monthly breakdown below for Resorts Digital:

Month/Year

Jan 2019

Feb 2019

Mar 2019

Apr 2019

May 2019

June 2019

July 2019

2019 YTD Total (with adjustments)

2018 YTD Total

Resorts Digital Gross Revenue (in millions)

$6.45

$6.66

$8.47

$7.14

$7.97

$6.93

$6.89

$50.44

$45.31

While the numbers may appear to be trending downward for Resorts over the last two months, there's nothing in the figures, or a major shift by any other NJ online casino, that calls for alarm. Resorts is still sitting pretty in second place, and its $7.21 million monthly average easily outpaces all but Golden Nugget. Resorts has strong partnerships and are already zipping by last year's total revenue, giving us plenty of reasons to bank on it to continue as we move through the second half of 2019.

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