Online gaming revenue in Delaware increased 18.3% year-on-year to $324,958 in February as all of the state’s three licensed operators reported growth.
The February amount was lower than the $387,865 figure reported in January of this year, while player spending was down month-on-month to $9.9m. However, on a year-on-year-basis, wagers were up 9.3%.
Video lottery games generated $210,695 in revenue during February, while table games brought in $83,392 for operators. An additional $30,871 was generated from poker rake and fees in the month.
Delaware Park kept hold of top spot in the igaming market, posting $122,590 in revenue off $4.1m in consumer spending for the month.
Dover Downs followed close behind in second with $117,262 and $3.6m in total player wagers, while the Harrington Raceway was third with revenue of $85,105 from $2.2m in customer bets.
For the year to date, through to the end of February, total market revenue in the state amounted to $712,823, up 28.6% from $554,233 at the same point in 2019. Player spending was also up 22.6% to $20.1m at the end of February.