Land-based venues post no revenues due to state-wide casino closures due to Covid-19.
US.- The only gambling revenue generated in the state of Indiana in April came from online sports betting.
According to the Indiana Gaming Commission, online sports bets generated US$26.3million during the month, with land-based casinos and sportsbooks closed due to Covid-19.
While operators will take some comfort from online revenues, they represent a decline on last month’s figures which were already down.
The good news for operators is that sport is starting to return in some countries, including the K League in South Korea.
Major League Baseball is also targeting a return to action in July.