New Jersey Online Casino Revenues Get Off to a Flying Start in Q2, 2020

New Jersey Experiences Online Casino Boom as Sports Betting Flattens Out

Online gambling revenues in New Jersey have spiked dramatically heading into Q2, 2020. The closure of land-based casinos in Atlantic City has fueled a resurgence of activity in online casino and online poker gaming. During March 2020, New Jersey’s online casino revenues rose to $65 million – up 66%. A strong uptick in betting activity on blackjack, slots, roulette, and baccarat are fueling the online casino boom. The current economic climate is expected to serve as a catalyst in online casino gaming for states across the nation. Currently, only New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania permit online casino gaming, while Nevada allows online poker gaming.