iGaming revenues rise in Delaware
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Delaware’s online gaming market posted a new high in September. It amassed a revenue of US$337k in the month. It was almost double of the revenue of the same period previous year. The revenue surge is mainly due to the strong returns from online video lottery terminals, which accounted for US$213k of the revenue total.
Table games too received a revenue of US$101k, while poker rake and fees increased to US$21k. Total stakes placed during last month were down 42 per cent year-on-year at US$7.6 million, and figures won by players decreased 44 per cent to US$7.3 million.
For the second consecutive month, Delaware Park was the biggest operator in the state, after dethroning Dover Downs in August. The former generated revenue of US$171k, which is a 96 per cent increase from September 2017. Dover Downs, on the other hand, generated revenue of US$127k during September’s operations.
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