Delaware Online Revenues Drop in May

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Online gaming revenues in the state of Delaware dropped in May, declining 17.3% from the same last year.

Player spending was up to $26.7 million, but revenues were down 17.3% to $910,282. Video lottery games, including slots saw revenues of $732,012, while table games came in at $143,019. Poker rake generated $35,251 of revenue.

Players spent $19.1 million on video lottery games and $7.6 million on table games.

The state's top internet gambling site was Delaware Park with $451,718 in revenue on $12.4 million in handle. It had previously slipped to the second position in April. Dover Downs was in that second spot during the month, with $231,000 in revenue on $8.5 million in handle. Harrington Raceway was last at $227,464 with $5.8 million in handle.

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13 June 2021 - 8:54pm

That's interesting, I'm curious to why the online revenues dropped. Is it because more landbased casinos are opening up from previous restrictions?