Q2 figures show the New Jersey online poker market shrinking despite the addition of PokerStars in 2016.
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Traditionally, June has been one of the slowest months of the year for the New Jersey regulated online poker market, but combined revenue figures for operators reached an all-time low last month.

In total, online poker generated just $1.73 million in June, according to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) last week. The previous low water mark of $1.77 million occurred in September 2015, prior to the launch of PokerStars in the market in March 2016 which led to an increase in online poker revenue.