The Delaware Lottery has reported an increase in sports betting revenue in June, following two consecutive months of decline in the regulated state.
Consumers spent a total of $6.3m on sports betting throughout June, compared to $5.9m in May, while punters won a collective $5.8m, up from $5.5m in the previous month.
Delaware Park remains the leading sports betting market in the state by some way, posting revenue of $296,694 from $4m in total wagers. This is up from revenue of $252,067 and $3.6m in customer spend in May.
Dover Downs retained second place in the state in June, despite seeing a month-on-month decline in both revenue and wagers. Sports betting revenue fell from $101,444 in May to $91,789 last month, while total bets slipped from $1.5m to $1.3m.
Harrington Raceway made some ground on Dover Downs in June, with revenue climbing from $52,782 in May to $78,222. Consumers also spent more at Dover Downs, with total wagers increasing from $768,048 to $1m.
Last week, the Delaware Lottery revealed that monthly revenue from state’s regulated igaming market slipped to a year-low of $257,263 in June, while consumer spending was at its lowest since January.