Sports wagering revenue in Colorado amounted to $19.6m in February, the state’s lowest monthly total since August 2021.
Official figures also showed $19.6m in revenue was generated from online sports betting, while retail sportsbook posted a loss of $36,124 for the month.
Turning to handle and consumers wagered a total of $440.5 on sports in February, up 65.3% from $266.5m last year, but 23.2% behind the record $573.5m spent in January this year.
Some $434.9m was bet online during the month, while the remaining $5.6m was spent at retail sportsbooks.
Professional basketball was again the most popular sport among Colorado consumers, drawing $155.6m in bets, ahead of college basketball on $68.2m and American football at $31.4m.
Players won $420.9m from sports betting, while the state was able to collect $314,731 in sports betting taxes.