US Online Poker Revenue Numbers Remain Steady For May

Online poker remains strong even after the online surge seen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Legal, regulated operators show that the market for real money online poker continues to stay relevant as online sites also continue major tournaments and promotions.

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  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • Michigan
  • Nevada
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New Jersey stays solid

The Garden State held steady in May as NJ online poker sites brought in $2.4 million. That’s just a slight dip from $2.48 million in April. held on to the top spot in the state, reporting $919,526 in revenue, according to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. That fell from $955,000 in April. may have big months ahead in June and July as well with summer circuit and online bracelet events. The site is the only operator offering shared liquidity with Nevada and 888poker in Delaware.

In New Jersey, there are currently three operators:

Partypoker US Network saw a small gain month over month, up about 3% from April. The platform posted $768,639 in revenue and has seen some growth with regular Online Series. The site is also running big satellites this month for players in New Jersey and Michigan. Winners of the Ultimate Super Satellite events earn Las Vegas live tournament packages and the event should draw plenty of players.

PokerStars held the third-place spot, but did see the largest month-over-month growth. The site was up about 12% from May, reporting $719,706

Stars saw a small boost from running the popular Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) series in May. 

New Jersey sees poker rooms reopen

Live players in New Jersey received some good news on May 21. The Tropicana announced a reopening for its poker room. Tropicana is the third poker room to reopen since the pandemic.


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