Consumers in Connecticut spent $54.1m betting on sports online during the first 20 days of legal betting in the US state.
Players won a total of $48.7m wagering on sports online during the period, which, after deducting federal tax payments and promotional bet costs, left $3.5m in revenue for the three licensed operators in Connecticut.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, which offers online sports wagering via a partnership with DraftKings, led the market with $2.7m in revenue from $23.8m in wagers.
The Mohegan Tribe and FanDuel ranked second with $609,520 in revenue, despite having a higher handle of $27.1m, then the Connecticut Lottery Corporation and partner Rush Street Interactive with $214,290 off $3.2m in bets.
Figures published by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection Gaming Division also revealed retail sports betting revenue, which came solely from the Connecticut Lottery Corporation, reached $212,705 in the opening 20 days, with players having wagered $541,856.
Turning to igaming and consumers spent a total of $312.9m on online casino games in just under three weeks.
Players won $303.9m from online casino and after accounting for promotional offers, this left $6.6m in revenue for the opening period of regulation in the state.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe also led the way in online casino with $3.6m in revenue from $189.6m in wagers, ahead of the Mohegan Tribe on $3.0m in revenue off $123.3m in bets.