Consumers in New Hampshire wagered $73.1m (£58.2m/€68.4m) on sports during April, up 57.5% year-on-year, while revenue in the US state also edged up.
Player spending was comfortably ahead of the $46.4m that was bet in the same month last year, but 7.2% lower than the $78.8m wagered during March 2022.
DraftKings’ mobile app accounted for the majority of wagers, with a total of $60.5m bet in April, while the remaining $12.7m was spent at DraftKings-branded retail sportsbooks in Seabrook, Manchester and Dover.
In terms of revenue, this reached $3.4m for the month, which was marginally higher than $3.3m in April of 2021 but 37.7% below $5.3m in March this year.
Some $2.9m of all revenue generated in April came from mobile wagering, while $583,767 was attributed to retail betting.
The New Hampshire Lottery also revealed that the state was able to generate $1.5m in tax from sports betting during the month.
Looking at the financial year to date, player spending for the 10 months to the end of April reached $731.3m, with revenue for the period at $41.1m and tax income $19.1m.