Delaware's online gaming industry saw a bounce-back month in November, generating $376,331 for the period.
The total is up 52.9% from October, which saw just $246,092 for the period. That October result was the worst of the year, and this new monthly total is just off the year-high of $384,820, which took place in September. Betting handle was $12.4 million, with $12 million won by players. Table games generated most of the handle, with $7.8 million wagered and $74,220 generated.
Video lottery saw $4.6 million wagered, with revenues of $277,631 created. Poker fees amounted to $24,479 in fees.
No comment from lottery officials was available as of press time.
It's stunning to see how small the market is in Delaware when compared to New Jersey. I get that it's a smaller population, but still!
But maybe the surrounding states players contribute a lot more for the NJ revenues than of that in Delaware slim?
I don't know, that's just a guess, you tell me.