MA online sports betting handle hits $548.1m in first three weeks
| By Robert Fletcher
Players wagered a total of $548.1m during the opening three weeks of legal online sports betting in Massachusetts, while licensed operators generated $46.7m in revenue.
The US state opened its regulated market on 10 March, with the inaugural online wagering report published this week by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) covering the three-week period from this date, through to 31 March.
DraftKings proved the most popular operator among consumers, drawing $257.6m in bets in the opening weeks, ahead of FanDuel on $181.1m and BetMGM with $45.3m.