Oregon lottery sports betting revenue dips month-on-month in July

| By Nosa Omoigui
Oregon experienced a month-on-month dip in sports betting revenue for the month of July, having previously been on the increase in recent months.
Oregon sports betting revenue dips in July

Gross gaming revenue figures were $2.2m during July for the state’s DraftKings-powered Scoreboard product, which represents a 21% decrease on the previous month but a 37.5% increase from July 2020.

The revenue was derived from a betting handle of $18.2m after 503,653 total bets were placed.  The handle also decreased from June, dropping from $24.9m.

Baseball proved to be the most popular sport to wager on. It generated a third of the overall handle with $6.3m, with a revenue of $518,778. Basketball was second with a handle of $4.7m although it had a higher revenue of $810,206, while soccer had a $2.6m handle and $255,141 of revenue. 

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