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Online Measures

Online Measures

Online gaming is only legal in six U.S. jurisdictions, but in 2021 it produced more than $3.8 billion in gross gaming revenues. So Eilers & Krejcik launched its Online Game Performance Report, in which it evaluates 29 online gaming sites with a total of 1,780 unique game themes, with 36,565 games tracked each month in five of those states—New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut and Michigan—representing almost 60 percent of the active market. The chart at right gives a breakdown of the games that are offered by 22 companies across those online casinos. Evolution, which specializes in “live” gaming, has the lead by far, accounting for 27 percent of the total GGR in October 2022. Most of the other major game suppliers come next, and then some online-games-only companies making some progress. To obtain a copy of any Eilers & Krejcik reports, contact Rick Eckert at

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