September’s handle was up 41.8 per cent from August’s $17.7m.
US.- After a slight slump, Oregon’s sports betting handle was back up in September, hitting $25.1m. That’s an increase of 41.8 per cent increase from August’s $17.7m but a drop of 4.2 per cent from the same month in 2020, when Oregon took in $26.2m in bets.
Revenue was also up, with September’s total teaching $1.3m, an increase of 18.5 per cent from August’s $1.1m but down 17.5 per cent from September 2020’s $1.5m.
American Football attracted the most wagers, taking $9.7m worth of bets. In second place came baseball with $6.8m and in third place soccer with $3.3m, then tennis ($1.5m) and basketball ($1.2m) Parlay bets accounted for $6.4m of the overall handle.
DraftKings Sportsbook will soon take over the state’s single-source betting operation after the Oregon Lottery Commission unanimously approved the move to DraftKings for online sports betting.