New Jersey’s regulated iGaming market saw internet gaming win increase by 28.1 per cent to $121.41m for the first half of 2017, despite the continued decline of online poker.

Net revenue across the five licensed operators in June increased by 23.4 per cent year-on-year to $20.23m, with online poker declining year-on-year for the 4th consecutive month as revenue dropped 11.9 per cent to $1.74m. This was more than offset by a 28.2 per cent rise in revenue from other authorised casino games to $18.50m.

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