Delaware Sportsbetting Revenues Climb in March

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This week the Delaware Lottery released the state's March sportsbetting revenues, revealing that numbers surged to $1.6 million, up from just $22,152 the month prior.

The total is the best in 2019, and the second-largest total since the activity launched last year, beating out December's $2.1 million in revenues. During the month punters wagered $16.1 million, winning $13.6 million back with their wagers. The largest operator was Delaware Park, which brought in $1.04 million in revenues based on $6.6 million in bets. Dover Downs brought in $328,150 on $2.1 million in bets. Harrington Raceway brought in $279,450 on $1.8 million in bets.

Year to date, sportsbetting in Delaware has generated $3.1 million in revenues for the racetracks on $30.9 million in wagers, leaving gamblers with $27.4 million in winnings.

Online betting numbers were up slightly in March, with casinos hauling in $288,740 in revenues on $14.6 million in wagers. The numbers are larger, but Delaware remains woefully behind other states in terms of revenues with their new betting

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Dustin has a long-standing passion for gambling. He has been writing professionally on the subject and breaking industry news for Casino Listings since 2011. His favorite casino games include Blackjack, Poker, and Hi/Lo. A proud native of Detroit, Dustin currently lives in Michigan.