Indiana sports betting market suffers June dip
Indiana’s regulated sports betting market saw revenue and handle decline in June, despite the state’s land-based casinos reopening midway through the month.
Amounts wagered across all licensees fell 20.2% month-over-month to $29.8m, according to the latest Indiana Gaming Commission figures.
With land-based casinos in the state reopening from June 15, retail again contributed to the monthly handle, accounting for $634,486 of stakes.
While sports outside of the most popular US leagues continued to provide the majority of the monthly total, their contribution dropped 33.0% to $20.4m.