Consumer spending on igaming in Delaware fell for the third consecutive month in August, while the state reported year-on-year declines across online gambling and sports betting.
Delaware players wagered $32.4m on igaming during the month. This was 12.0% lower than $36.8m in August 2022 and 11.0% down from $36.4m in July. The figure was also the lowest monthly total since $31.9m was bet in May last year.
Video lottery drew $23.3m of all bets in August and table games $9.2m.
Players won $32.4m, meaning revenue from igaming reached $1.1m. This was 15.4% lower than August 2022 and 8.3% behind July’s total this year.
Revenue from video lottery games amounted to $952,437 and table games $122,089. The remaining $32,607 came from poker rake and fees.
Delaware Park remained the igaming market leader with $488,308 in revenue from $14.1m in total wagers. Bally’s Dover followed with $319,237 off $10.2m, then Harrington Raceway on $299,588 from $8.1m.
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