Of the total wagered, $67.9m was bet online and $10.6m at retail sportsbooks across the state of New Hampshire.
Turning to gross gaming revenue, this amounted to $8.2m in November. This was 64.0% up from $5.0m last year but 5.8% behind October’s $8.7m haul.
Online sports betting accounted for $6.6m of all wagering revenue during the month. Retail betting generated the remaining $1.6m.
DraftKings remains the only operator offering online sports wagering in New Hampshire. It secured exclusive rights for the state in November 2019.
In terms of tax, the state took $3.6m from sports betting during November. This comprises $2.9m in online betting tax and $711,830 from retail wagering.
New Hampshire year-to-date handle falls just short of $300m
Looking at the year-to-date performance in New Hampshire, spending was down but revenue remained in line.
Players wagered a total of $298.9m in the five months to the end of November. This was 14.3% behind the $348.7m spent in the same period in 2022.
As for revenue, this reached $30.0m in the five-month period. Comparing this to last year, it was only slightly lower than the $30.1m reported at the end of November 2022.