Online Gambling Revenue Goes Up Across NJ, PA, and DE

  • New Jersey made $118 million in online gambling revenue in November, and $127 million in October.
  • Delaware made $996,639 in online gambling revenue, up 7.2% from the previous month.
  • Pennsylvania’s November online poker revenue was down $0.1 million from October.

TRENTON, N.J. – As gambling becomes more popular in states like New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania, online gambling revenue is doing well, but with some exceptions.

New Jersey Online Gambling Revenue

Online casino revenue in New Jersey totaled a massive $127 million in October, and then generated $118 million in November. While November’s total revenue wasn’t as high as October’s, it was still only the tenth time that New Jersey online casinos have generated more than $100 million in a single month.

New Jersey’s online casino market seems to be crossing the $100 million monthly revenue threshold with relative ease now, having done so repeatedly in 2021.

Top Five New Jersey Online Casino Revenue Months

  • October: $127 million
  • September: $122.6 million
  • July: $118.7 million
  • November: $118 million
  • March: $113.7 million

New Jersey’s online casino market continues to grow and may even break $130 million in monthly revenue soon.

Delaware Online Gaming Revenue

Online gambling in Delaware is performing very well, with November 2021 revenue being up 75.5% from November 2020, and up 7.2% from October.

Delaware Online Gambling Revenue Comparison

  • November 2021: $996,639
  • November 2020: $568,000
  • October 2021: $930,093

The video lottery accounted for $766,790 of the overall revenue, with online table games bringing in $196,488, and poker generating $33,361.

Pennsylvania Online Poker

Overall gaming revenue in Pennsylvania hit $432.5 million in November, this is roughly $6.5 million more than October’s overall gaming revenue, however, online poker revenue remained somewhat stagnant.

In November, Pennsylvania’s $2.7 million across its four poker rooms. This is slightly less than October’s $2.8 million, and this could be due to Pennsylvania’s ‘geolocation’ rules meant to limit the size of the player pool by not allowing players to compete outside of their jurisdiction.

The online gambling scene is certainly expanding and is sure to continue to grow in 2022.