The iGaming industry in Delaware posted a year-low performance in June to US$257k.
US.- The iGaming industry in Delaware suffered a setback in June, which posted a year-low performance and revenue during last month’s operations. The iGaming market revenue decreased to US$257 million in June in Delaware.
As reported by local authorities, consumer spending reported its lowest figures in June since the ones registered in January. The performance comes as a surprise, as May was the month with the highest monthly total for the year to date results.
Sports betting registered a weak performance in the state in May, despite good results in the online segment. Revenue decreased 34% month-on-month and totalled US$406k. The overall handle also posted a fall, though the numbers weren’t that different from those registered in April.
May’s handle stands at US$5.9 million, and this is the last month in 2019 in which there aren’t year-on-year comparisons, as the segment was legalised in June 2018. The total number of bets fell 13% from April to 133,607. Delaware Park was once again the facility that registered the majority of those bets (84,982).