Online casino revenue in New Jersey improved 33.9% in December 2021 compared to December 2020. According to the New Jersey Gaming Division, online casino revenue during 2020 affected due to the pandemic, they doubled. There are currently nine land-based casinos in Atlantic City, each with an online casino platform and sports betting options.
The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office reported last week that the state’s online casino industry is doing very well and is expected to do even better in 2022.
Total revenue from casino games, circuits and their partners reached $ 404.1 million in December 2021. This figure was a significant increase from the $ 312.9 million published in December 2020. online gaming also improved by 33.9% compared to December 2020.
Online casinos grew during the onset of the pandemic
Online casinos experienced a boom during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic when states closed land-based casinos. In New Jersey, the online casino industry continued to publish record numbers as bettors were forced to place bets from their home computers and mobile devices.
According to the New Jersey Gaming Division, the 2020 pandemic significantly reduced the revenue of traditional casinos, as most players turned to online platforms, even after traditional casinos reopened. During this period, the agency said that the revenues of online casinos doubled.
The convenience of mobile gaming
More than ever, mobile gaming has made online casinos popular in New Jersey. As competition continues to increase, operators are forced to improve the quality of their services to beat their rivals. There are currently nine land-based casinos in Atlantic City, each with its own online casinos, sports betting and poker sites.
Mobile gaming has made New Jersey online casinos more convenient than ever before, as gamblers can now place bets and win money without having to travel to land-based casinos. In addition, mobile games allow people to play casino games from anywhere. People can now bet on slot machines, board games, poker and even sports without legal complexities.