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Indiana sports wagering handle continues to decline in June


Monthly spending on sports betting in Indiana fell again in June, while the state also posted a decline in revenue.

Players wagered a total of $224.1m during the month. This was 12.6% lower than $256.3m in June 2022 and 20.9% down from $283.4m in May this year.

Baseball was the most popular sports among consumers, drawing $65.0m in bets. Players also spent $24.1m in basketball wagers and $1.6m on football bets. A further $82.0m was wagered on parlay bets and $51.0m across other sports.

Taxable adjusted gross revenue for June amounted to $19.5m. This represented a 23.4% rise from $15.8m last year but was 42.3% less than $33.8m in May.

Blue Chip Casino and partner FanDuel remained the market leaders by some distance. This partnership generated $8.6m in revenue from $69.8m in bets.

Ameristar Casino and partner DraftKings were second with revenue of $6.4m. However, they had a higher handle, taking $88.9m in wagers.

Belterra Casino and partner FanDuel was the only other partnership to post over $1.0m in revenue. For the month, revenue reached $1.9m from $20.7m in bets.

The state collected $1.8m in sports betting tax during the month.