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The state of Delaware's online betting revenue sank in October, falling to the lowest level of the year.
For the month betting revenues recorded online were $246,092, down 36.1% from September, which registered $384,830 and was the highest total of the year. There was $9.4 million wagered online during the month, down from $11.8 million the month prior. Players ended up winning $9.6 million during the month.
Most of the total was made up of video lottery games, making up $184,224 in revenues, with table games raking in $40,428. Poker revenues were $21,439.
Delaware is a tiny state in the US, having about a million people living within its borders. The state was the first one to legalize online betting, but lags behind neighboring New Jersey and nearby Pennsylvania in terms of revenues.