Delaware: iGaming revenues jump in March

Delaware: iGaming revenues jump in March

Licensed operators generated a total of $514,959 during the month, a 78.3 per cent year on year increase.

US.- Delaware has seen a rise in iGaming revenues for March compared to last year’s figures.

Licensed operators generated a total of $514,959 during the month, a 78.3 per cent year on year increase.

The figure was also 58.5 per cent higher than US$324,958 posted in February of this year, while player spending also jumped 12.3 per cent year-on-year to US$16.4million.

Overall revenue of US$319,597 was generated in March from video lottery games, while online table games generated a total of US$137,673.

The Delaware Lottery also revealed that US$57,690 was collected through online poker rake and fees.

Online gaming revenue in Delaware for the year to the end of March amounted to US$1.2million, up 44.7 per cent year on year.

Player spending was also up 17.8 per cent year-on-year to US$36.5million.

March was the third month in a row that the state has revealed higher revenue figures for online gaming.

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