The casino also offered its 300th game on mobile. The casino stated in a press release that Golden Nugget is the first casino operator to deliver these gaming numbers.
Payouts large for the NJ online casino
According to Golden Nugget Casino, Hotel, & Marina, the company’s growing number of suppliers and the number of casino games increased total wagers by 81 percent from 2016 to 2017.
New Jersey players on GoldenNuggetCasino.com collected over $1 billion in winnings in the last year.
Golden Nugget shows no signs of slowing down
Thomas Winter, senior vice president and general manager of online gaming at Golden Nugget, said this in a press release:
“We added no less than 136 new games in 2017. This year will be no different and in the last few weeks we’ve already launched innovative games such as Live Dealer Casino Hold’em, Slingo and Virtual Sports.”
New Jersey shined in 2017 with almost a quarter of a billion dollars in revenue for its online poker sites and NJ online casinos. Golden Nugget led the way with more than $6 million in revenue for the fifth time and the third consecutive month.
Golden Nugget rocked 2017
Year over year, Golden Nugget was up almost 16.4 percent. The casino added US live dealer poker games at the end of December. IThe casino led the way in the industry with:
“America is in love with poker, and by using the Live Dealer platform, the game retains its strong connection between the player and the dealer in a live environment,” said Kfir Kugler, CEO at Ezugi New Jersey, which provides software for the live dealer games.
Live dealer launched for Golden Nugget in 2016 with Blackjack, American Roulette, and Dragon Bonus Baccarat. Golden Nugget saw positive returns and now offers seven concurrent live dealer tables.
The online casino went live in December 2014 and has since grown into the site with the most robust and extensive online offerings in New Jersey.
Golden Nugget reached $7 million in online gambling revenue in January, setting a record for any iGaming operator in the state.
According to Online Poker Report, growth is now up 50 percent year over year from $4.8 million.
If the NJ online casino keeps this up, the operator may never enter into peer-to-peer NJ online poker sites. And if it does, hey, more power to ‘em.