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The state of Delaware is reportedly getting closer to offering expanding online betting options, this according to the state's Lottery Director Vernon Kirk.
Kirk made the comments regarding expanding online betting options during an interview with radio station WDDE-FM. During the interview, Kirk announced that Mac compatible betting systems will be coming soon, as will additional table games and slots. Mobile betting content is also in the works.
“All these things are coming over the next handful of months," Kirk told the radio station. "There’s no real definitive timetable, but they’re coming. And all these things will contribute to the popularity of the site and help our customers have a better experience.”
In addition to the upcoming advancements, Kirk also revealed some details on his state's online gambling numbers. As of the date of his interview, Kirk said that more than 3,800 people had registered accounts to gamble online in Delaware. Those gamblers have wagered more than $8.2 million during that timeframe.
Additional betting numbers will be revealed in January 2014, which will detail the amount of revenue that the state's online casinos took in, as well as tax revenue that was generated from online betting.