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Figures released Friday by the state Division of Gambling Enforcement show that Atlantic City’s casinos and the three horse tracks that offer sports betting collectively took in $803,096,172.

That broke the state’s previous monthly records of $667.9 million in August and $748.5 million in September.

The record before that for the total amount bet, or “handle,” was $614 million, set in Nevada in Nov. 2019.

Total gambling revenue at the casinos and tracks was up 15% in October to $338 million.

But as has been the case recently, most of those gains came from internet gambling and sports betting; revenue from in-person gambling at the nine casinos was down 8% to $186.1 million in October.

“Casino win was 92% of last October’s performance, even though the two years are not reasonably comparable,” said James Plousis, chairman of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission. ”During this time, Atlantic City continues to show resilience in the face of necessary and ongoing restrictions on capacity, amenities, and entertainment.”

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The casinos are limited to 25% of capacity under state-imposed rules designed to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. And on Friday, the city’s top casino, the Borgata, laid off 73 workers and cut the hours of another 349 in response to virus regulations that took effect Thursday night prohibiting indoor dining and drinking after 10 p.m.

The Ocean Casino Resort posted the biggest monthly gain, up 37% to $29.1 million compared to Oct. 2019 figures.

“Ocean just completed its 12th straight operational month of year-over-year gaming growth,” said CEO Terry Glebocki. “We are grateful to our guests for their loyalty even during these unprecedented times.”

Hard Rock was up 25.6% from a year ago to $35.4 million; Golden Nugget was up 21.2% to $38.6 million; Borgata was up 10.5% to $67.5 million; and Tropicana was up 3.5% to $27.2 million.

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Harrah’s posted the biggest decline compared to Oct. 2019, down 19.5% to $19.4 million. Bally’s, which is being sold to a Rhode Island company that adopted the Bally’s corporate name on Monday, was down 17.1% to $11.4 million; Caesars was down 12.5% to $19 million, and Resorts was down 7% to $11.5 million.

Internet gambling revenue more than doubled in October, to $93.4 million, as some gamblers continued to feel more comfortable betting online than in a casino during the pandemic.

The amount of money kept by the casinos and tracks after paying out winning bets and expenses was $58.5 million, up over 26% from a year ago. But that money is often split among sport book operators and other third party vendors, and is not pure profit for the casinos.

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Which sport is the most popular for betting?

Which sport is the most popular for betting?

Sports betting is more popular than ever in the UK. Bookies are allowing punters to bet in their high streets, online, and on their mobiles. In such an intense market of activity millions of pounds can exchange hands daily across a range of sports.

It isn't a surprise that during the last couple of years hundreds of reputable UK sports sites that accept bets on all popular sports events emerged on the Internet. Here, we take a look at the most popular sports with punters up and down the country.

Football
There is only one place to start when it comes to the most popular market in UK sports betting, and that is the country's number one sport of football. Millions of fans travel to support their team every week. Even more catch the action on television. Out of those fans, there are many who love to dabble in a few bets on the football. The weekly football acca has become a cultural reference point. Pre-game chat about who will be the first goalscorer dominates pub discussion. Post-game analysis over where bets went right or wrong are now commonplace. Both domestically and globally, betting and sports is one thing, but betting and football have become synonymous.

The 2017 FA Cup final averaged 7.9 million viewers. This shows the strength in popularity of the game on the domestic front alone. The Champions League final is anticipated to draw an audience of more than half a billion viewers. Throw into the mix that punters can access thousands of markets across hundreds of leagues 24 hours a day and seven days a week, it is easy to see why football betting leads the way in the sports betting industry.

Tennis
It might come as a bit of a shock to anyone reading this that isn't a fan of tennis but the sport has grown to become the second most popular sport bet on by UK punters. The sport generates billions of pounds of revenue in betting every year. Not bad for a sport that rarely hits the headlines outside of the four major tournaments of Wimbledon, the US Open, the French Open, and the Australian Open.

The dawn of live betting has played a key role in the rise of tennis betting. The fact punters can bet on each individual set at the touch of a button has widened its appeal. It is also a sport that is reasonably predictable compared to other sports. The likes of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Andy Murray have dominated the men's game for a long time. Serena Williams has been the queen of the women's game for well over a decade as well. The sport is ripe for profit and UK punters have tapped into this.

Horse Racing
The sport of kings once ruled the land but the wider availability of football and tennis markets along with in-play and cash out betting options has seen the classic horse racing betting slip down the priority list of punters in the UK. £150 million was bet by punters on the 2017 Cheltenham Festival alone. It's a massive market with the big events such as the Grand National, Royal Ascot, and Epsom Derby still drawing big wagers but in terms of daily and weekly betting the interest is waning with the new generation of punters.

US Sports
It is hard to split the US sports into individual markets because punters usually place acca bets that throw in wagers covering all types of sports Stateside, such as American football (NFL), basketball (NBA), ice hockey (NHL), and baseball (MLB). Although a debatable topic, bookmakers are becoming more aware of the increasing popularity of US sports with UK punters so focus their promotions around such markets.

Best of the Rest
A number of other sports are still appealing to UK punters. Cricket, golf, rugby union, rugby league, GAA, greyhound racing, boxing, UFC, and even WWE are becoming big business with bookies now. Punters want variety and choice. The bookies are willing to offer it. The next 10 years are set to be very interesting and could show a number of sports challenging the big guns for the top spot with UK punters.

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New Jersey sets U.S. sport bet record for 3rd month at $803M

New Jersey sets U.S. sport bet record for 3rd month at 3M

New Jersey’s red-hot sports betting market set the national record for the highest amount wagered on sports for the third month in a row in October with over $803 million plunked down by gamblers.

Figures released Friday by the state Division of Gambling Enforcement show that Atlantic City’s casinos and the three horse tracks that offer sports betting collectively took in $803,096,172.

That broke the state’s previous monthly records of $667.9 million in August and $748.5 million in September.

In Massachusetts, the House has authorized legal sports betting in its economic development bill but the Senate did not authorize any betting, leaving the decision of whether or not to legalize sports betting in the final jobs bill up to a panel of three representatives and three senators.

That conference committee has been privately negotiating a compromise economic development bill for more than three months. Plus, the three casinos in the Bay State want in on sports betting.

In New Jersey, total gambling revenue at the casinos and tracks was up 15% in October to $338 million.

But as has been the case recently, most of those gains came from internet gambling and sports betting; revenue from in-person gambling at the nine casinos was down 8% to $186.1 million in October.

“Casino win was 92% of last October’s performance, even though the two years are not reasonably comparable,” said James Plousis, chairman of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission. ”During this time, Atlantic City continues to show resilience in the face of necessary and ongoing restrictions on capacity, amenities, and entertainment.”

The casinos are limited to 25% of capacity under state-imposed rules designed to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. And on Friday, the city’s top casino, the Borgata, laid off 73 workers and cut the hours of another 349 in response to virus regulations that took effect Thursday night prohibiting indoor dining and drinking after 10 p.m.

The Ocean Casino Resort posted the biggest monthly gain, up 37% to $29.1 million compared to Oct. 2019 figures.

“Ocean just completed its 12th straight operational month of year-over-year gaming growth,” said CEO Terry Glebocki. “We are grateful to our guests for their loyalty even during these unprecedented times.”

Hard Rock was up 25.6% from a year ago to $35.4 million; Golden Nugget was up 21.2% to $38.6 million; Borgata was up 10.5% to $67.5 million; and Tropicana was up 3.5% to $27.2 million.



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