Based on deposits with the Games Application Division released on Friday, total gaming revenue reported by casinos, racetracks and their partners was $401.5 million for June 2022, representing a 2.2% increase from $392.8 million reported in June 2021.

Year-to-date, total gaming revenue reported by casinos, racetracks and their partners was $2.43 billion, up 15.2% from $2.11 billion. dollars recorded in the previous period.

Total casino earnings for the nine casino hotels was $229.1 million for June 2022, reflecting 6.8% growth from $214.5 million for June 2021. he year, total casino winnings for the nine hotel-casinos was $1.31 billion, up 18.0%. compared to $1.11 billion for the previous period.

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa topped the land-based casinos, earning nearly $54.3 million, followed by the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, which brought in $44.6 million, according to the June report.

“Total physical revenue for the month was up 6.8% from June 2021, which is encouraging as the industry is not benefiting from the pent-up demand that has driven much of the activity. last summer,” according to Jane Bokunewicz. , faculty director of the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism (LIGHT), Stockton University School of Business.

“The peak summer season is still ahead of us, and with the uncertainty of the potential Local 54 strike settled for most casinos, the summer is looking promising,” Bokunewicz continued.

For the month of June, Internet gambling earnings reported by casinos and their partners were $133.1 million, reflecting a growth of 24.4% from $107.1 million for the previous period. For the period since the beginning of the year, Internet gambling earnings reported by casinos and their partners were $814.5 million, reflecting a growth of 28.4% from $634.2 million for the period since the beginning of the previous year.

Double-digit growth in Internet gaming earnings pushed total gaming revenue to its highest level in June in more than a decade,” said James Plousis, chairman of the NJ Casino Control Commission. “With the many new in-person experiences recently added to make Atlantic City a must-visit destination, hotel-casinos have really rolled out the red carpet for vacationers this summer. Free entertainment on the boardwalk at least three nights a week, plus two full weekends of concerts on the beach later this summer, gives tourists more reasons to visit and stay.

Gross sports betting revenue reported by casinos, racetracks and their partners was $39.2 million for June 2022, reflecting a 44.9% decline from $71.3 million in the prior period. Gross sports betting revenue reported by casinos, racetracks and their partners was $308.7 million for the year to date, reflecting a 16.2% decline from $368.3 million for the previous period.