Indiana reports betting handle decline, but revenue growth, in December
| By Robert Fletcher
Consumer spending on sports betting in Indiana fell month-on-month and year-on-year in December, although the state reported an increase in revenue.
Wagering handle for the month was $431.4m, down 6.8% from $463.0m in December 2021 and also 4.6% lower than $452.3m in November 2022.
Football was again the most popular sport to bet on, attracting $136.2m in total wagers, just ahead of basketball on $130.0m. Consumers also spent over $46.0m betting on other sports and $119.0m on parlay bets.