October’s igaming revenue grew 44.5% year-on-year in Delaware

Online gambling revenue in Delaware in October jumped 17.1 per cent September’s figures.
Online gambling revenue in Delaware in October jumped 17.1 per cent September’s figures.

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.

See also: Igaming revenue in Delaware drops 5.4% but wagers grow 44%

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