Record-breaking $171.5 million in gaming revenue was generated in November, making it one of the most successful months for iGaming in New Jersey. Increased spending on “at-home” entertainment options boosted online slot and table game revenue, according to a PaySafe report. Sports betting also remained popular, contributing to a 17 percent year-on-year increase. Golden Nugget Casino led the way with $50.1 million in revenue, followed by Resorts with $47.2 million and Borgata Online with $37.9 million. While the retail sector saw minimal gains, the casino revenue remained steady. Interestingly, iGaming has successfully coexisted with land-based casinos in New Jersey, attracting a different audience. Analysts suggest that in-person gaming still holds appeal alongside online casinos. However, the debate around New Jersey casinos allowing indoor smoking continues, as land-based casinos argue that profits would decline if a smoking ban were implemented.

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