Revenue for the month reached $25.3m (£1.9m/€2.1m), which was 172.0% more than $9.3m in November last year, and also 19.9% higher than the existing monthly record of $21.1m that was set in October this year.
Figures from the Indiana Gaming Commission also show that the state’s handle hit a new high of $251.4m, up 70.7% from November 2019 and surpassing the previous record of $230.9m achieved in October 2020 by 8.9%.
Football remained the most popular sport to wager on in Indiana, with consumers spending a total of $113.5m on bets, representing 45.2% of all wagers placed during the month.
Parlay bets amounted to $66.0m in November, while basketball wagers totalled $17.7m and baseball bets $393,585. The remaining $53.3m wagers were placed across other sports.