Delaware iGaming and Sports Betting Flourish in February

The iGaming industry in Delaware had a phenomenal month of February, with revenue reaching $3.9 million—a startling 254.6% rise over the same month last year. Remarkably, this amount also exceeded the sum for January by 14.7%.

Video lottery games were the main source of income, bringing in $2.8 million for the month, with online table games coming in second at $1.1 million.

In February, $117.2 million was spent online by players, of which $68.4 million was spent on video lottery games and $48.8 million on table games. This is a notable rise of 13.5% over January and 208.4% over the previous year.

Top Performers in iGaming

Delaware Park led the pack in iGaming revenue, raking in a total of $2.1 million. Harrington Raceway secured the second position with $1.0 million, followed by Bally’s Dover with $717,119.

Revenue from sports betting in February was $560,449, up 82.8% from the same month last year. On the other hand, this amount is a 68.6% decrease from the $1.8 million in income in January.

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The betting handle increased to $13.8 million, demonstrating a stunning 236.6% year-over-year rise, despite the decline in income. However, this number decreased by 2.8% when compared to the total for January.

With $473,002 in revenue, Delaware Park once again emerged as the market leader in sports betting. With $133,989, Harrington Raceway trailed closely after, and with $82,984, Bally’s Dover took third place.

Retailers who operate sports betting businesses had a setback, claiming a loss of $129,526 despite the overall gain in sports betting.

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