Online Gambling Rises in Atlantic City

atlantic-city-new-jersey-shoreline-75x75The Division of Gaming Enforcement in New Jersey announced that the casino industry revenues in Atlantic City dropped by 3 percent for the month of April, but online gambling revenues reached a double-digit rise. In other words, iGaming has gone up to 11 percent to approximately $12.7 million in April. Slot and table game operations from the 8 casinos made revenues of $199 million which is down by 3 percent compared to April 2014. The revenue of the Golden Nugget Casino went up by 30 percent, while the revenue of Caesars slumped 11 percent compared to the same period last year.

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