This March, the Pennsylvania market had a pretty amazing month. It recorded a 20.9% increase in revenue, which results in $118.1m. Online slots brought in $79.2m, online table games amounted to $35.7m and online poker brought in $3.2m. The growth seen in the PA market has been gradually increasing, and we haven’t seen any dips so far.
While New Jersey didn’t have the same leap from February to March, the market still recorded a whopping 23.7% resulting in $140.7m. Even though we did see a decline in March’s revenue ($71.1m), the NJ market is still thriving.
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Where You Need To Play in PA & NJ
Both PA and NJ have a ton of casinos you can choose from. All of them have been regulated by their respective gaming authorities: the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and the New Jersey Division of Enforcement. This is to ensure a safe experience for the players!
Let’s start off with the top 5 online casinos in PA you need to check now:
Moving on to the best ones in NJ: