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As a whole, the state had $319 million wagered in December with $20.8 million in revenue for operators, a 6.5 percent win. Of that close to $21 million in revenue, FanDuel Sportsbook led the way with $9,110,014, followed by DraftKings at $6,886,735.
In comparison, $330 million was wagered in November, with $21.2 million in revenue. DraftKings had $7,330,503 in revenue in November compared to $7,043,394 for FanDuel.
FanDuel Sportbook's jump from just over $7 million in revenue to slightly more than $9 million was a new record for any sportsbook in New Jersey. While DraftKings Sportsbook ($6,690,969) pulled in more online revenue than FanDuel Sportsbook ($5,532,837), FanDuel’s retail presence at Meadowlands Racetrack pushed them to the top in December. The Meadowlands netted $3,577,177 while Resorts, associated with DraftKings, did just $195,766 in retail revenue.
Gan plc #GAN announces material long-term deal with PaddyPower Betfair (“PPB”) subsidiary @FanDuel – expansion of existing relationship to boost revenue share, professional services and patent licensing fees https://t.co/v7KdIeCVmg pic.twitter.com/KlYKO1tvmB— Walbrook PR (@WalbrookPR) January 10, 2019
So while FanDuel Sportsbook was the top sportsbook in New Jersey in both handle and revenue, there's still significant room for growth with the Super Bowl and March Madness taking place over the next two months.
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