The Oregon Lottery published numbers this week that show that sportsbetting revenue jumped in the Beaver State in July, with gross gaming revenues coming in at $2.7 million.
The $2.7 million number is up 22.7% from the $2.2 million generated last year and also up 8% from June of this year. The numbers were generated on handle of $28.5 million, up 60% from last year, but down 16.2% from the $34 million bet in June.
DraftKings is the sole operator in the state that reported revenue, as the state-sponsored Scoreboard brand posting a loss of $190 for the month. The sport of baseball led the way with $14 million in handle and $1.7 million in gross gaming revenue. Soccer had $3.2 million in handle with $251,804 in revenue. Tennis bets were $3.2 million, with revenue of $215,644. Other sports had $5.6 million in handle and revenue of $465,506.