New Hampshire sports betting handle grew 79% year-on-year in November

New Hampshire broke its sports betting revenue record by collecting $6.2m. 
New Hampshire broke its sports betting revenue record by collecting $6.2m. 

New Hampshire consumers wagered $83.2m on sports in November, 15.3 per cent lower than the record $98.2m set in October 2021, but 78.9 per cent higher than $46.5m in November 2020.

US.- NH Lottery released the figures for sports wagering in New Hampshire in November and, even though the state couldn’t break October 2020’s record, the $83.2m wagered for the month was 78.9 per cent higher than figures from the same period last year, when consumers wagered $46.5m. New Hampshire did break its revenue record by collecting $6.2m. 

DraftKings mobile sportsbook took the majority of bets with $62.3m. The remaining $20.8m was spent at the operator’s three retail betting facilities in New Hampshire.

Gross gaming revenue for the month amounted to an all-time record of $6.2m, surpassing the previous one of $5.4m set in October 2021 by 14.8 per cent. This figure was also 29.2 per cent higher than the $4.8m in revenue generated during November of 2020.

Revenue from mobile sports betting stood at $5.6m, while retail betting revenue totalled $549,990.

According to the NH Lottery report, the state was able to generate $2.9m in sports betting taxes in November, $2.7m of which came from mobile wagering and $222,279 retail activities.

For the financial year-to-date, the state’s handle in the five months to the end of November 2021 was $322.5m, with gross gaming revenue at $20.7m.

See also: New Hampshire registers record sports betting handle of nearly $100m

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