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Delaware’s Igaming Revenue Rises in November, but Sports Betting Declines

by Bela Ksovreli
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Delaware Lottery reported an increase in gaming revenue in November compared to the same month last year, but a decrease in sports betting revenue.

In Delaware, the total revenue from igaming in November reached $1.1m (PS882,214/EUR1.0m). It was up by 13.0% compared to $987.423 from November 2022, and ahead by 13.5% of $982.919 for October 2023.

This total includes $900,418 from video lotteries, $188.050 from internet table games, and $27.170 in poker fees and rake.

Delaware players spent $32.1m in November on online gaming. It was 24,8% less than the $42.7m projected for 2022, and 5.3% more than $30.5m from October.

Table games and video lottery games combined drew $8.7m, while total bets on both games reached $23.4m.

Delaware Park topped the market for igaming with $452.554 of revenue from $11.9m wagers. Bally’s Dover came in second place with $384.111 on $9.3m and Harrington Raceway was third, posting $278.973 off PS11.0m.

Delaware’s sports betting market is declining

Sports betting revenue for November was $576,800. It was also 78.0% less than October’s $2.6m and 62.3% lower than the $1.5m expected in November 2022.

The total amount of sports betting for this month is $8.1m. Delaware Lottery stated that this is 20.6% less than the $10.2m spent in 2022, and 24.3% lower than $100.7m for October 2023.

Delaware Park was also the market leader with revenue of $368.904 from a $2.5m deal. Bally’s Dover was next with $54,588 from $1.0m and Harrington Raceway had $19,476 off $364,706.

Delaware Lottery reported an additional revenue of $408,055 from wagers made by retailers on $4.9m placed in November.

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