Online casino accounted for $94.9m of all revenue for the month, level with April’s total, but online sports betting revenue declined 4.4% month-on-month to $19.5m.
Spending at online casinos also remained level at $94.9m in May, though while Michigan’s sports betting handle was far greater at $237.6m, this was 4.9% down from the $249.9m wagered in April and the lowest full monthly total since the market launched in January.
The state generated $18.1m from taxes on online casino during May, as well as a further $615,153 in online sports betting taxes.
Tax is based on adjusted gross receipts – revenue minus bonuses – which edged up 0.6% to $99.6m in April. Adjusted gross receipts from online casino was 0.3% higher at $89.1m, but sports betting slipped 8.3% to $9.9m.