New Jersey's regulated online gaming market returned to growth during the month of July, with gross gaming revenue increasing 6 per cent versus the previous month to $10.1m.

It follows three consecutive month-on-month declines in the market, with five of the six licensees reporting higher revenue compared to June levels, according to data published by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement.

The Borgata was the only operator to post a decline compared to the previous month...

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