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The state of Delaware's online gaming industry delivered all-time record highs in terms of revenues in July, with $1.25 million coming in during the month.
The numbers beat the previous record set in April by about $300,000, and was up 58.1% from last year. Online video lottery games like slots drew in $1 million in revenue, while table games generated $165,378. Poker rake was $43,944. The top-performing operator was Delaware Park, which generated $377,753. Bally's Dover was in second place, while Harrington Raceway was in third position.
Handle for the month was $39.4 million, with $26.8 million coming from video lottery games. Table game handle was $12.6 million.
Sportsbetting did struggle in the state during the month, with revenues dropping 27.5% from June to $383,249. Even though these numbers sagged from the month prior, the total was still up 80.1% from last year.