The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has confirmed that online gaming revenue generated by operators in the US state during November was the lowest monthly amount of 2014.
Internet gaming win for November amounted to just $8.7 million (€7 million), which is down approximately $800,000 on the $9.5 million generated in the previous month.
The loss represents the third consecutive month of decline in online gaming revenue for New Jersey.
The amount generated in November is a far cry from the $10.5 million recorded in August, the last month in which the state recorded month-on-month growth in the sector.
Borgata, in partnership with online poker brand PartyPoker, continues to lead the New Jersey online gaming market after it generated $3.4 million in November, up slightly from the $3.2 million posted in the previous month.
In addition to a drop in online gaming revenue, New Jersey saw total gaming win from current operators fall from $207.2 million in October to $202.5 million last month.
Internet gaming win for the year-to-date stands at $112.1 million while total gaming win from current operators, excluding those that have exited the state-wide market during the past year, amounts to just under $2.3 billion.