The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has released its latest monthly revenue report revealing that sports betting operators in the state accepted over $1.25 billion in wagers throughout the month of November.
November was the third month in a row that licensed sportsbook reported receiving over $1 billion in wagers although the latest figures did show a slight drop of 3.84% on the previous month’s handle of $1.3 billion. It’s looking likely that 2021 will be the first time that sports betting in New Jersey breaks the $10 billion threshold as November’s figures bring the year-to-date total to $9.7 billion.
Mobile sportsbooks accounted for a 91.1% share of all sports betting activity with a combined handle of $1.14 billion. This brings the year-to-date total for online sports betting to $8.83 billion.
Meanwhile retail sportsbooks reported accepting just over $114 million in wagers, a drop of 8.21% on the previous month’s total of $124.2 million. As a result, combined sports wagering revenue from both online and retail sportsbooks amounted to $114.8 million.
Casinos in the state reported a gaming win of $206.9 million, down 12.88% on the previous month. Of this total, $118 million was attributed to internet gaming.