New Jersey’s gambling market generated total gaming revenue of $2.90bn in 2018, with iGaming and sports betting accounting for 14 per cent of the total with a combined $392.7m.

Internet gaming win rose 22 per cent compared to the previous year to $298.7m, including a record monthly performance in December, while sports betting contributed $94.0m since its introduction in June.

The land-based casino sector continues to account for the bulk of the state’s regulated gaming market, with revenue increasing 4 per cent year-on-year to $2.51bn, comprising slot machine win growth of 5 per cent to $1.80bn and table game win growth of 2 per cent to $709.9m.

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