Operators in Arizona reported adjusted sports betting revenue after free bets of $31.8m for November, up more than 200% month-on-month, despite lower spending.
Across both retail and mobile, $466.7m was wagered throughout the month, a monthly loss of 4.0%.
Mobile sports betting wagers totaled at $459.2m, while retail sports betting came to $7.4m.
Mobile sportsbooks paid out $408.5m in winnings, while retail paid out $6.7m. This comes to $415.3m in total, a decline of 15.0% from October.
As a result of these winnings, revenue before free bets stood at $50.2m, up 36.3%.
However, this total included $18.3m in free bets. This is down 29.6% month-on-month. Mobile generated the grant majority of free bets at $18.3m, with retail adding $15,279.
As a result, taxable revenue was $31.8m, up from $10.4m in October.
Two of the state’s retail sportsbooks reported numbers for the month – FanDuel generated $4.6m, while Caesars made $2.7m.
DraftKings‘ mobile sports betting led the way in mobile wagers with $148.7m, followed by FanDuel with $113.2m. BetMGM came in third with $93.1m wagered.
The bill allowed players to place bets at tribal casinos and sites that are owned by major league sports teams in the state.