Delaware igaming revenue slips to year-low in October
Online gambling revenue in Delaware fell to $246,092 in October – the lowest monthly total of the year to date – primarily due to a sharp month-on-month decline in revenue at Dover Downs.
Total market revenue was down 36.1% from $384,830 in September, which was incidentally the highest monthly total so far in 2019. Consumers spent $9.4m on igaming in October, down from $11.8m in September.
Video lottery was the primary source of revenue for the market’s three licensed operators, accounting for $184,224 of the total.
Table games followed on $40,428, but this was significantly lower than $171,156 in September. Poker rake and fee revenue was relatively level month-on-month at $21,439.
Players won a total of $9.6m, including $6.4m from table games and $3.2m from video lottery.
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