Online gaming in Delaware was recorded at $1.1m (£827,497/€988,647) for the month of January, in a mostly successful month for the state.
This was a rise of 3.0% compared to the previous month and up 51.3% from January 2021.
Video lottery games accumulated $900,292, up 9.3% from December and 54.0% year-on-year. Table games made up $179,584 of the revenue, up 57.0% from January 2021 and down 18.8% month-on-month.
Poker rake and fees generated the remaining $41,468. This was an increase of 4.6% year-on-year but a fall of 3.3% from December.
Player spending hit $29.2m, up 38.8% from the previous January but down 17.7% from December. Most of this was staked on video lottery games, which came to $21.4m. This was up 45.0% on December and 126.2% year-on-year.
The remaining $7.7m was wagered on table games. This was down 5.5% yearly and 49.4% month-on-month.
The state’s Delaware Park casino made the most in amount wagered and revenue in January. A total of $11.6m was staked, down 41.4% from December, but an increase of 22.2% yearly. Revenue came to $515,380. This was an increase of 74.5% from January 2021 and 9.3% from December.
Dover Downs came second, accumulating $370,918 in revenue and $10.8m in amount staked. Harrington generated $235,046 in revenue and $6.6m in wagers.