TRENTON – New Jersey casinos, racetracks and their sports-betting partners have reported more than $4.3 billion in gaming revenue in the first 10 months of 2022, according to the state Division of Gaming Enforcement.

That’s an increase of nearly 11% from what was reported through October one year earlier.

In fact, the total is nearly as much as was reported through November of 2021, putting casinos and tracks nearly one month ahead of last year’s pace.

Less than 55% of that revenue, a little over $2.35 billion, was recorded the old-fashioned way – in person at the nine Atlantic City casinos. The casino win included $1.73 billion on slot machines, accounting for almost 75%, and $622 on million on table games.

About 32% of the gaming revenue, $1.37 billion, reflects what casinos have won through internet gaming. And revenue from sports wagering, almost $595 million, accounts for the other 14%, both at the casinos’ sportsbooks and through their online partners or ‘skins.’

Where do we gamble all that money? Here’s a countdown of New Jersey’s casinos by total gaming revenue for 2022, through October:

Bally's Atlantic City
Bally's Atlantic City (Bally's)
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Bally’s                               $166,459,164

Casino Win:                        $132,912,201
Internet Gaming Win:           $31,752,160
Sports Wagering Revenue:    $1,794,803

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Harrah’s                              $216,996,282

Casino Win:                        $216,591,454
Sports Wagering Revenue:       $404,828

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Caesars Atlantic City/Google Maps
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Caesars/Caesars Interactive NJ                 $300,235,493

Casino Win:                           $199,700,295
Internet Gaming Win:               $96,232,825
Sports Wagering Revenue:        $4,302,373

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Tropicana                                $309,747,393

Casino Win:                          $211,352,804
Internet Gaming Win:             $75,170,979
Sports Wagering Revenue:    $23,223,610

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The Ocean AC via Facebook
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Ocean Casino                      $321,183,677

Casino Win:                        $296,350,707
Internet Gaming Win:           $22,898,850
Sports Wagering Revenue:    $1,934,120

Atlantic City Casino Contracts
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Golden Nugget                       $484,049,999

Casino Win:                       $126,623,140
Internet Gaming Win:         $356,235,556
Sports Wagering Revenue:    $1,191,303

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Hard Rock                                $491,546,637

Casino Win:                           $419,427,166
Internet Gaming Win:              $58,973,068
Sports Wagering Revenue:     $13,146,403

Sports Betting
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Resorts/Resorts Digital             $575,105,347

Casino Win:                            $143,577,131
Internet Gaming Win:             $315,536,737
Sports Wagering Revenue:    $115,991,479

Borgata Casino in Atlantic City
Borgata Casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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Borgata                               $1,082,971,248

Casino Win:                        $608,921,740
Internet Gaming Win:         $408,280,760
Sports Wagering Revenue:  $65,768,748

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A clerk hands a sports betting ticket to a gambler at the Meadowlands Racetrack (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Sports wagering at racetracks

Sports betting through the state’s horse tracks has amounted to around $367 million.

Most of that has been at the Meadowlands Racetrack – and roughly 90% of that has been through online wagers, where the track partners with FanDuel. The Meadowlands has netted more than half the Atlantic City casinos through the first 10 months of 2022.

Meadowlands                  $329,974,166
Freehold Raceway            $19,894,436
Monmouth Park                 $17,200,300

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Michael Symons is the Statehouse bureau chief for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at michael.symons@townsquaremedia.com

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