Delaware sports betting revenue drops again in May

17 June 2019

The Delaware Lottery has reported a second consecutive month-on-month decline in sports betting revenue in May, with consumers spending less on wagering.

May revenue amounted to $406,293 (£322,700/€362,330), down from $615,772 in April and the second lowest monthly total of the year, behind the $22,152 that was generated in February.

Players spent a total of $5.9m on sports betting last month, down from $6.1m in April, while consumers proved more successful with wagers, winning a collective $5.5m compared to $5.4m in the previous month.

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