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Mobile, online sports betting boosts NJ’s Sept. take to $184M

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Opening day of New Jersey sports betting at Monmouth Park.
Opening day of New Jersey sports betting at Monmouth Park. - ()

Bolstered by the rollout of online and mobile sports betting, the total taken in by New Jersey gambling sites soared to $184 million in September, almost double the amount wagered the previous month.

The numbers for September, published Friday by the Division of Gaming Enforcement, showed patrons bet $105 million at online sports books and $79 million on-site at racetracks and casinos.


New Jersey’s total take on sports betting now stands at $337 million since it formally introduced legal wagering June 14. In August, patrons bet $95.7 million.


There are two racetracks, Meadowlands and Monmouth Park, with operational sportsbooks. Six Atlantic City casinos accept bets: Bally’s Atlantic City, The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Golden Nugget Atlantic City, Harrah's Resort Atlantic City, Resorts Casino Hotel and Ocean Resort Casino.


The first online and mobile sportsbook opened Aug. 1 through a partnership between Resorts Casino Hotel and DraftKings. Formally called Resorts Digital, the partnership in sports betting revenue with $8.5 million. Six other online and mobile betting venues have since become operational.

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Daniel J. Munoz

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Daniel Munoz covers politics and state government for NJBIZ. You can contact him at dmunoz@njbiz.com.

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