Sports betting revenue in Iowa came to $12.4m in April 2022, up 37.7% year-on-year but down from March
Online revenue was $11.6m, down slightly from March, while revenue from land-based sports betting dropped to $832,770.
Diamond Jo Casino in Dubuque, with its FanDuel Sportsbook, extended its dominant market position with 32.6% of revenue.
Second was DraftKings partner Diamond Jo in Worth, which brought in $1.7m in April. Wild Rose in Jefferson – also a DraftKings partner – venue came in third place, with revenue figures of $1.5m.
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The data will be updated monthly following the official release of figures from the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission.