Land Based casinos in New Jersey, woes continued into the final month of last year, with Resorts once again the only long standing property to post a profit for December. New Figures released by the State’s Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The Borgata, who last week announced an $11m bar and sports betting revamp, remained market leader with a slight decline to $57.4m
Harrah’s received the biggest hit dropping 19.3 percent to $23.5m, while Atlantic City’s two newest properties Hard Rock and Ocean Resorts came in with $23.6m and $11.8m
Golden Nugget saw a 67.2% increase help its monthly total to come in at $10.1m, followed by Borgata who rose 17.3% to $5m and Caesars interactive NJ whose 16.8 Percent boost saw revenues reach $4.4m
New Jersey’s sports betting revenues dropped slightly from November $21.2m to $20.8m, with handle at the regions online and retail sportsbook coming in at $319.1m, as overall handle for the year to date topped the $1bn barrier.