Casinos in Atlantic City Made $214.6 Million in Revenue in November
November is traditionally a sluggish month for Atlantic City casinos. However, income from land-based gaming for the month came to $214.6 million.
Nearly half of the $441.1 million in total gaming income for the state was generated by the Atlantic City casinos (including NJ sports revenue from the three NJ racetracks). Sports betting contributed $84.2 million of the $146.2 million in income from iGaming, which was second all-time.
Revenue Statistics for November in Atlantic City
- Borgata’s total gaming revenue: $55.01 million
- Hard Rock’s total gaming revenue: $35.47 million
- Ocean Casino’s total gaming revenue: $30.98 million
- Harrah’s total gaming revenue: $21.03 million
- Tropicana’s total gaming revenue: $19.15 million
- Caesars’ total gaming revenue: $19.0 million
- Resorts Casino’s total gaming revenue: $12.52 million
- Golden Nugget’s total gaming revenue: $11.34 million
- Bally’s total gaming revenue: $10.03 million
With $55 million in gaming revenue, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa maintained its position as the market leader in the Garden State. Although Borgata generated less income than it did in October ($62.4 million; -11.9%), its YoY revenue rose from $48.3 million in October 2021 by 13.9%. Additionally, its monthly slot revenue of $39.3 million exceeded that of any other casino.
Then came Hard Rock and Ocean Casino, which weren’t close to challenging Borgata. However, the two casinos were able to reach $30 million in revenue for the first time in three months.