The Delaware Lottery has reported a 131.2% year-on-year increase in igaming revenue for February, while consumer spending more than doubled during the month.
Video lottery games remained by far the primary source of income for operators, with revenue from these games amounting to $597,413.
Table games revenue totalled $114,685 for the month, while poker rake and fees revenue reached $39,194 during the month.
Player spending stood at $21.9m, an increase of 121.1% on February 2020 and also higher than the $21.1m spent in the opening month of the current year.
Consumers spent $14.9m on video lottery games and $7.0m on table games, winning a total of $21.2m in the process.
Delaware Park reclaimed top spot in the market, posting $301,830 in revenue off $9.7m in bets.
Dover Downs, which led the Delaware market in January, slipped to second with $277,327 in revenue from $7.0m in, while Harrington Raceway ranked third with $172,224 in revenue and $5.2m in player spending.
For the year to date, revenue from the first two months of 2021 amounted to $1.5m, while consumer spending on igaming was $43.0m.