West Virginia sports betting revenue plummets in June

8 July 2019

Sports wagering revenue in the regulated West Virginia market plummeted by around 148.2% month-on-month to $377,552 (£301,313/€336,205) in June, while total handle also dropped by 13%.

The June revenue total - from June 8-30 - is some way short of the $937,065 that was generated in May, while the overall amount wagered by players was down from $10.7m to $9.5m.

Penn National Gaming’s Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races retained its position as the leading sports wagering venue in West Virginia, posting revenue of $201,618 in June from $5.4m in total wagers.

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