Delaware’s iGaming industry saw strong year-on-year growth in July
US.- The state of Delaware saw a total iGaming handle of $20.8m for July – an increase of 162 per cent on $7.9m in July 2019.
Delaware is one of five states that offer legal iGaming, although Michigan is launch its online gambling market in 2021.
Reports show there were 668 new registrations for iGaming within the state in July.
But although numbers are up year-on-year, they are down from June, which saw a handle of $23.8m, and 881 new registrations.
There are three casinos within the state, all of which were closed from mid-March until June 1 as a consequence of the pandemic. Their capacities have been reduced to 30 per cent on reopening.
Dover Downs casino in the state capital saw the strongest results for July, reporting a handle of $7.6m and revenue of $235,794.