Indiana sports betting handle declines in March

Consumer spending on sports betting in Indiana fell year-on-year in March, though the state was able to report an increase in revenue.

Wagering handle for the month amounted to $433.0m, down 9.1% from $476.8m in March 2022 but 21.5% higher than $356.2m in February of this year.

Basketball remained by far the most popular sport among bettors, drawing $224.3m in total wagers for the month. Players also spent $71.7m on baseball betting, $1.6m on football and $71.7m on other sports, as well as $127.9m on parlay bets.

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