Ohio sports betting revenue reaches $67.7 million in February

Ohio sports betting revenue reaches $67.7 million in February

Ohio’s casinos and racinos recorded $176.1m in gambling revenue.

US.- The Ohio Casino Control Commission and Ohio Lottery has reported that adjusted gross sports betting revenue reached $67.7m in February. The handle from all sources reached $672m, a 5 per cent increase from February 2023, which was the second month of betting in Ohio after its launch on New Year’s Day 2023.

Sports betting apps accounted for $657.7m of February’s handle, while retail handle stood at $13.4m and kiosk betting contributed the remaining $892,000. The handle was down 20.8 per cent and revenue 40 per cent compared to January primarily due to a hold of nearly 14 per cent in the first month of the year. Among the 19 mobile operators, FanDuel and DraftKings generated almost 80 per cent of February’s revenue.

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