Colorado set a new monthly sports betting record of $36.8m in November 2021, while the US state’s handle fell just short of the all-time high total achieved in the previous month.
Players spent a total of $469.0m betting online during the month, while the other $6.4m was wagered at retail sportsbooks across the state.
After accounting for $438.7m in player winnings, this left $36.8m in gross gaming revenue, a new monthly high for the state, smashing the previous record of $28.6m set in October 2021 by 28.7%.
The November revenue total was also double the $18.4m posted in the same month in 2020.
Online sports betting accounted for $36.6m of total gross gaming revenue for the month, with just $189,404 coming from retail sportsbooks in Colorado.
Professional Football remained the most popular sport to bet on in the state during November, drawing $140.3m in total wagers.
Betting on pro basketball amounted to $124.7m, while college football attracted $29.4m in bets and college basketball $29.0m.
The state was also able to generate $2.0m in sports betting taxes during the month.