New Jersey sportsbooks set another record for sports betting handle in October, hitting $803 million in total wagers.
That was up more than $50 million from the record set just last month. It was also up some $315 million (65%) from October last year.
The record handle took NJ sportsbooks past $4 billion in total wagers this year. The total across all of 2019 was $4.6 billion.
Operators turned that October handle into $58.5 million in revenues, good for a 7.2% hold. Revenue was up 26% year-on-year.
Around 93% of handle was bet digitally, according to the state report.
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That was a major bounce back for the Resorts license, which had revenues of just $4.8 million last month.
The Ocean Casino license, came in fifth with $3.3 million. That includes the retail book in Atlantic City plus signups for William Hill via Ocean. WH operates under three different licensees.