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New Hampshire betting revenue reaches record $6.2m in November


Sports wagering revenue in New Hampshire amounted to a record $6.2m during November 2021, while the state’s handle reached its second-highest monthly total.

Consumers wagered $83.2m on sports in November, 15.3% lower than the record $98.2m set in October 2021, but 78.9% higher than $46.5m in November of the previous year, figures from NH Lottery reveal.

The majority of bets were placed on the DraftKings mobile sportsbook, the online online option in the state, with total wagers here reaching $62.3m. The remaining $20.8m was spent at the operator’s three retail betting facilities in New Hampshire.

Turning to revenue and after winnings were paid out to players, gross gaming revenue for the month amounted to an all-time high of $6.2m, surpassing the previous record of $5.4m set in October 2021 by 14.8%.

This figure was also 29.2% higher than the $4.8m in revenue generated during November of 2020.

Revenue from mobile sports betting stood at $5.6m, while retail betting revenue totalled $549,990.

NH Lottery also revealed that the state was able to generate $2.9m in sports betting taxes in November, $2.7m of which came from mobile wagering and $222,279 retail activities.

For the financial year-to-date, the state’s handle in the five months to the end of November 2021 was $322.5m, with gross gaming revenue at $20.7m.