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This week the Nevada Gaming Control Board revealed that sportsbetting numbers were up in September, bringing in $991.2 million in revenues during the period.
The revenues were up just 1.2% from the year prior, but was up from $913 million in August. Overall win from sportsbetting was $56.3 million, up 26.7% from 2017, which is a new record. The results are due in large part to the return of the NFL season, which draws a ton of betting interest in the United States. Parlay revenues were up 17.2% to $6.8 million. Baseball bets grew 14.7% to $4.25 million, with other sports bringing in about $1.5 million.
Those interested in reading the report on the betting industry's financials can do so here.