Consumers in New Hampshire spent a record $68.1m on sports betting in September, while revenue in the state climbed 64.5% year-on-year.
Revenue for the month amounted to $3.8m, up from $2.3m in September of 2020 and also 136.3% higher than $1.6m August of this year.
Mobile sports betting accounted for $3.2m of all revenue in September, while the remaining $548,552 was generated at retail sportsbooks across the state.
In terms of handle, this reached a $68.1m, comfortably surpassing the previous monthly-high of $60.0m set in January this year.
Players wagered $50.5m on mobile during the month, as well as $17.7m at retail locations.
The state was able to generate $1.8m in tax from sports betting in September, $1.5m of which came from mobile activity and $247,783 retail wagering.
For the year to date, revenue in the three months to the end of September was $8.4m, with players having wagered a total of $141.2m.