In January, New Hampshire’s sports wagering revenue hit an all-time high while player spending fell short of its monthly record
The January gross gaming revenue was $12.3m. This is a 53.8% increase in year-on-year gaming revenue over January 2022, and 47.7% more than in December of last year.
The January record was $9.1m, which was set in October 2022.
The January revenue was $8.0m from online betting and $4.3m from retail sportsbooks.
The state’s handle for January was $97.2m. This is 2.4% less than the record $99.5m wagered last January, but an increase of 6.8% month-on-month.
Bettors online placed $75.2 million, while New Hampshire residents wagered $21.9m on land-based sportsbooks.
The state received $5.6m in sports betting revenue during the month.
Revenue for the year ended January 31, 2008 was $50.7m. Handle was $536.8m. Tax was $23.4m.