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Delaware igaming revenue and spending up in February

| By Robert Fletcher
Player spending on igaming in Delaware increased 11.4% year-on-year in February, while revenue from the state also climbed 12.2%.

A total of $24.4m (£18.7m/€22.2m) was wagered on igaming during the month, up from $21.9m in February last year, but down 16.4% from $29.4m in January of this year.

Consumers spent $19.3m on online video lottery games in February, while the remaining $5.1m was wagered on internet table games.

In terms of revenue, this amounted to $843,247, which was an improvement on $751,291 in February 2021, but 24.8% lower than $1.1m posted in January this year.

Revenue was split $708,122 across video lottery, with $102,844 attributed to tables games and $32,281 poker rake and fees.

Looking at individual operator performance, Delaware Park claimed top spot in revenue terms with $394,502 off a total of $9.7m in player wagers.

Dover Downs ranked second with $233,401 in revenue, despite having processed more stakes during the month ($9.9m).

Harrington Raceway placed third with $215,342 in revenue off $4.6m in player bets.

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