Connecticut online gaming handle reaches $743.8m in February

Taxable gaming revenue in February reached $17.1m.
Taxable gaming revenue in February reached $17.1m.

The figure represents a drop of 4.6 per cent month-on-month.

US.- Connecticut’s online gaming handle reached $743.8m in February, a drop of 4.6 per cent from January’s handle of $780m. Total taxable gaming revenue was $17.1m, down 9 per cent from January’s $18.8m. The state revenue share fell 9 per cent to $3.09m.

The sports betting handle in February was $115.6m, down 26.9 per cent from $158m in January. The mobile sports betting handle fell to $108.77m, down 27.2 per cent. The retail handle also decreased, down 21.6 per cent to $6.85m.

According to the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, DraftKings reported a $493.6m handle and Mohegan Sun $249.5m.

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