Video lottery games accounted for $858,241 of total revenue in the month, while $328,597 came from online table games and the remaining $35,051 from poker rake and fees.
In terms of consumer activity, players wagered a total of $37.2m on online gambling during the month, up 73.0% from $21.5m in the same month last year, but marginally lower than $37.4m in March 2022.
Players wagered $22.1m in video lottery games and $15.1m on table games in April, winning $36.0m in the process.
Delaware Park led the way with $617,702 in revenue from $20.4m in total wagers, ahead of Dover Downs, which posted $366,310 in revenue from $8.9m in consumer bets.
Harrington Raceway, the only other licenced igaming operator in Delaware, drew $237,877 in revenue from $7.9m worth of wagers.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that player spending on sports betting in Delaware fell to a nine-month low in April, with the state’s handle falling to its shortest total since July of last year.