Online gaming revenue in Delaware reached a year-high of $945,512 in August, despite player spending slipping to its lowest monthly total since April.
Video lottery was responsible for $762,503 of total igaming revenue during the month, while table games revenue reached $150,677 and revenue from poker rake and fees amounted to $32,332.
Players spent a total of $21.7m on online gaming in August, up 9.6% from $19.8m in the same month last year, but down 13.2% from $25.0m in July this year.
Delaware Park remained the market-leader in the state in August, posting $371,964 in revenue from $9.2m in wagers, while players won $8.9m.
Dover Downs ranked second with $342,131 in revenue off $6.3m in player wagers, then Harrington Raceway in third with $231,417 in revenue and $5.6m in bets.