Resorts Digital did not bring in the revenue of other New Jersey online casinos in 2019, but they had a solid year. They set revenue records for four months in row last year from September to December, which is why they are very optimistic for 2020.
According to figures from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), Resorts’ December handle was almost a million dollars more than the $12 million taken in for November. The combined handle for the last two months of 2019 was around twice as much as the summer months.
In 2019 Resorts Digital had a total revenue stream of over $100 million, which marks a massive improvement on the 2018 return of $45 million. Resorts Digital have four digital arms in the New Jersey gaming market:
Resorts New Jersey Online Casino – Resort Digital’s flagship casino led the way in terms of revenue stream for the company last year. They have an impressive game library as well as solid bonuses and promotions. Part of the Resorts New Jersey Online Casino is the online sportsbook they offer.
DraftKings New Jersey Online Casino – DraftKings are known for their daily fantasy sports (DFS) site and sportsbook, but they also offer a solid online casino in New Jersey. Players can wager at the DraftKings casino and sportsbook through one account. They offer a generous $500 initial deposit bonus that can be used at the sportsbook and the casino. The DraftKings New Jersey online casino also recently signed a deal with Scientific Games, which will greatly increase their game library.
PokerStars New Jersey – Resorts had the biggest revenue stream in 2019 among the three NJ online casinos that also offer an online poker website. While online poker has seen a decrease in recent years in the Garden State, PokerStars NJ have stayed the course and been a solid source of revenue for the parent company.
Mohegan Sun Online Casino – Resorts and Mohegan Sun have enjoyed a mutually beneficial partnership since 2012. Much like Resorts Digital, the revenue for Mohegan Sun Online continues to grow as well.