Atlantic City's nine casinos saw their gambling revenue increase to nearly $267 million in May, an increase of 22.5% from a year earlier.
There were two more casinos operating this May than last May, accounting for much of the increase.
The Golden Nugget had the largest increase, up 10.3% to $31.2 million; Resorts was up 4.1% to $16.1 million; and Caesars was up 3% to $22.9 million.
Tropicana had the biggest decline, down 14.6% to $29.3 million; Borgata was down 7.1% to $61.3 million; Harrah's was down 6.7% to $25.6 million, and Bally's was down less than 1% to $16 million.
Internet gambling brought in more than $38 million, up nearly 58%.
The casinos earned $5.5 million in sports betting revenue.