The Delaware Lottery reported a 12.4% year-on-year increase in online gambling revenue to $793,017 in July, though this was the market’s lowest monthly total since February.
Video lottery generated $632,716 in revenue during the month, ahead of table games on $126,992 and poker rake and fees with $33,309.
Players wagered a total of $25.0m on igaming in July, up 20.2% from $20.8m last year and 8.7% more than the $23.0m spent in June.
Delaware Park reclaimed top spot in the market with $283,838 in revenue from $9.0m in wagers, with players winning $8.7m during the month.
Dover Downs, which led the market in June, was second with $272,927 in revenue, despite taking more bets: $9.2m.
Harrington Raceway, the only other licensed igaming operator in the state, placed third with $236,253 in revenue off $6.8m in wagers.