Online gambling revenue in Delaware increased 44.5% year-on-year according to last month’s figures. The number of stakes by players grew 43.4 per cent.
US.- October was a great month for Delaware’s regulated igaming market by reaching a 44.5 per cent increase compared to October 2020 figures. Revenue for the month was $930,093. The number also represents a 17.1 per cent increase from $794,644 in September this year.
Player spending also registered a rise from $17.8m to $25.5m year-on-year, but this amount was slightly lower than the $26m wagered by consumers on igaming in September.
Of the state’s three operators, Delaware Park reclaimed top spot in the market with $390,946 in revenue, having taken a total of $10.2m in igaming wagers during the month. Delaware Park was followed by Dover Downs, with $272,808 in revenue from $8.5m in bets.
In third place came Harrington Raceway, which led the market in September, but last month registered $266,339 in revenue off of $6.8m in wagers.
Video lottery accounted for $711,995 of total revenue for the month, ahead of table games with a share of $187,454 and a further $40,645 from poker rake and fees.
Some $17.1m was wagered on video lottery games during the month, as well as $8.3m on table games.