The state of Indiana's sportsbetting handle dropped yet again in July, marking the fourth straight month that handle has been down when compared to months prior.
The state's handle was in at $206.6 million, lower than the $256.3 million from June (a drop of 19.4%). The number was up 6.2% from the $194.5 million. $76.1 million was bet on baseball, while $16.1 million was bet on basketball. $2.9 million was bet on football for futures. $53.5 million was bet on parlays, while $56.8 million was bet on other sports.
Adjusted gross revenues were $20.9 million, up 32.3% from June, and up 19.4% from lat year.
Blue Chip Casino's FanDuel had the top spot at $7.4 million in revenue on $61.7 million, while Ameristar Casino's DraftKings product had $5 million in revenue on $61.3 million in handle. Belterra Casino through its own FanDuel product had $3.1 million in revenue on $26.3 million in handle.
Taxes generated for the state came in at $2 million for the period.