In April, mobile sports betting revenue and handle both increased in New York year-onyear. However, the state saw a month-onmonth decrease.
The player spending for the month was $1.54bn. This is 10.8% more than the $1.39bn spent in April 2022, but 14.0% less than the $1.79bn wagered by March of this year.
The gross gaming revenue also followed a similar trend. In April, the $138.8m was up 33.3% from the $104.1m of the same month in last year’s figures, but down 14.7% from the $162.8m recorded in March.
FanDuel Group, owned by Flutter Entertainment, remained in the lead in New York. It had a handle of $626.3m and revenue of $71.0m. DraftKings was second with $516.5m of handle and $44.9m of revenue.
Next was BetMGM, with a handle of $185.3m and a revenue totaling $1.8m. Rush Street Interactive followed with $49.1m.
PointsBet processed $20.7m of bets, generating $1.7m, while Wynn Interactive generated $9.8m and $465,081 respectively.
Resorts World took in $7.9m of bets, generating $71,358 of revenue. BallyBet came in third with $2.3m of wagers and $28,731 of revenue.