The US state of Delaware has reported a double-digit decline in online gaming revenue for the 12 months to December 31, 2017.
Delaware Lottery this week reported that Delaware Park, Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway, the three operators licensed to take online wagers in the state achieved combined internet gambling revenue of just under $2.4m (€2m), down 18% on 2016.
Video lottery games proved to be the main source of online gaming income in the past year, but the $1.6m in revenue generated in 2017 was down 10% on the previous year.
Revenue from online table games also fell 28% year-on-year to $559,999, while internet poker revenue slipped 48% to $231,000.
Delaware is one of only three states in the US to offer regulated online gambling services, along with New Jersey and Nevada.
In comparison, New Jersey raked in $245m in online gaming revenue in 2017.
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