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New Jersey's regulated online gaming market has recorded its first decline since the opening of the market late last year, with gross gaming revenue for April down 4 per cent versus the previous month to $11.4m.

According to figures released Wednesday by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), internet gaming win per day was down marginally by 0.6 per cent to $380,958 for April, compared to $383,173 in March.

The two market leaders, Borgata and Caesars, both posted month-on-month declines, while the big winners in April were Tropicana and Trump Plaza.

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