Ever since the regulated market was established in late 2013, online poker market has the worst collection as per the figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).
Despite launching of many new recreational games like lottery sit-and-gos, which are designed to boost player engagement, poker collections were $1,735,634 for the month, which left behind the previous all-time low of $1,771,123 from September 2015, before the PokerStars entry in March 2016 into the market.
Though PokerStars was expected to boost up the poker market that was a scene that lasted till the enthusiasm lasted. PokerStars too failed to trigger New Jersey’s poker market.
The chairman of the New Jersey Control Commission, Matt Levinson is trying to remain positive over the online casino revenues which are performing far better than the city’s brick & mortar operations. Online casino thus has pushed the overall gambling yields towards a decent 1.8% increase.