Browse articles by topic

NH betting revenue and handle rise year-on-year in December


The New Hampshire Lottery reported a year-on-year increase in both sports wagering gross gaming revenue (GGR) and handle for December.

Players in the state spent $90.9m betting on sports in the month, up 5.2% from December of 2021 but a 2.4% drop from $93.1m in November of 2022.

Of this total, $65.9m was spent wagering on the DraftKings mobile sportsbook, while some $25.0m was bet at the operator’s three retail sportsbooks in New Hampshire.

Turning to GGR, after winnings were paid out to players, this amounted to $8.3m for the month, which was 219.2% higher than $2.6m in December 2021 and 66.0% ahead of $5.0m in November.

Mobile sports betting was responsible for $7.9m of total GGR during the month, with retail contributing $389,635.

Tax generated from sports wagering in December reached $3.8m, with $3.7m coming from mobile betting and retail $126,927.

For the financial year to date, consumer spending in the five months through to the end of December was $439.6m, with GGR at $38.4m and tax $17.6m.