Indiana sports betting handle up 52.4% year-on-year in April
April’s handle was comfortably higher than $236.4m last year but fell short of the $476.8m wagered in March 2022.
Basketball drew the most bets, with players wagering a total of $129.2m during the month, while $56.7m was spent on baseball bets and $3.8m on football. Parlay bets amounted to $91.3m and $76.5m was wagered across other sports.
Turning to revenue, adjusted gross revenue for the month reached $28.7m, up 43.5% from $28.7m last year, but 11.2% behind $32.3m in March this year.
FanDuel partner Blue Chip Casino retained top spot in terms of both revenue and wagers, posting $12.7m in revenue and a $112.4m handle.
DraftKings-partnered Ameristar Casino placed second with $7.1m in revenue off $101.6m in player bets, then Belterra Casino and its FanDuel-operated sportsbook with $3.3m in revenue a $46.7m handle.
The state was also able to collect $2.7 in sports betting tax during the month.