Player spending on sports betting in Delaware fell to a nine-month low in April, with the state’s handle falling to its shortest total since July of last year.
This total, figures published by the Delaware Lottery show, was the lowest monthly amount since $4.1m was bet in July 2021.
Revenue for April reached $314,336, which was 64.5% lower than $895,299 in July last year and 43.2% down from $553,465 in March 2022.
Delaware Park retained top spot in the market, posting $151,674 in revenue from $2.1m in wagers.
Dover Downs placed second with $95,059 in revenue and a handle of $1.2m, while the Harrington Raceway followed in third, reporting $67,603 in revenue from $853,005 in wagers.
Players won a total of $3.8m from sports betting during the month, placing 142,465 bets in the process.