Indiana online sportsbooks generate $26.3m in April

In April, no money was wagered at an Indiana casino for the first time in its history.
In April, no money was wagered at an Indiana casino for the first time in its history.

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.

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