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New Hampshire’s sports wagering handle drops year on year in September

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In September 2009, New Hampshire’s revenue and consumer spending on sports betting fell by 14.6%.

Handle reached $66.8m for New Hampshire in September. It was down from the $78.2m of last August but higher by 72.2% than $38.8m.

The online betting market accounted for 59% of the total sports bets made during this month. Retail accounted for $7.7m. DraftKings, the exclusive operator in New Hampshire for online sports betting since November 2019, is DraftKings.

New Hampshire’s September revenues top $6.2m

The same pattern was followed in terms of revenue. In September gross gaming revenue was $6.2m, a decrease of 16.2% compared to $7.4m from September 2023. However it is up 87.9% from the $3.3m from August.

Retail wagering generated $609,874 in revenue while mobile sports betting brought in $5.6m.

New Hampshire collected $2.7m from betting on sports in September. Online betting generated $2.4m and retail gambling $274,060.

Year-to-date handle in New Hampshire exceeds $142m

In the last three months, the sports wagering handle for the State was 142.5 million dollars. The total includes online wagering of $127.4m and retail betting worth $15.1m.

The gross gaming revenues for this period reached $13,0m. Of that, $11.8m was generated by online gambling and $1.3m from retail. The total sports betting tax for the period reached $5.7m.

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