This revenue was after promotions, which came to $3.6m. Before promotions the total was $22.4m.
Out of the $18.8m in revenue, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe brought in $11.1m and the Mohegan Tribe the remaining $7.7m.
Players staked $780.0m on online gaming, a fall of 4.2% from December.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe’s Foxwoods Resort Casino saw the most staked, at $502.5m – a decline of 4% month-on-month. Customers staked the second highest amount with Mohegan Digital hitting $277m. Mobile-on-premise stakes at the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe’s Foxwoods Resort Casino – mobile gaming that took place at the casino itself – made up the remaining $440,460.
Player winnings topped $757.3m, down 4.6% month-on-month, with the highest amount – $488.6m – coming from Mashantucket Pequot Tribe’s Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Aa total of $3.3m was paid to the state in January from this online casino gaming revenue. This was up 15.2% from December 2021.
Mohegan Digital contributed $1.3m to the total, while Foxwoods paid $2.0m.
Online sports betting GGR came to $7.4m, a rise of 17.6% from December, while online wagering was recorded at $149.3m.
This resulted in a payment of $1.0m being made to the state, 60.8% more than in December. Mashantucket Pequot Tribe’s Foxwoods Resort Casino generated $635,480 of this, while Mohegan Digital added $333,522 to the total. The Connecticut Lottery Corporation made up the remaining $60,020.
Retail sports wagering came to $8.7m, 34.3% higher than December. Winnings rose 29.6% month-on-month to $7.8m. As a result, overall retail sports betting GGR was $825,369.
Retail sports wagering contributed a payment of $113,488, all of which came from the Lottery Corporation’s Rush Street Interactive sportsbook. This was more than double that of December’s payment, which came to $54,457.
The Mohegan Tribe, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Connecticut Lottery Corporation are the only groups allowed to operate sports betting in the state of Connecticut.