Player spending on mobile sports betting in New York fell 14.7% month-on-month in April, while revenue in the state was also down 8.9%.
Consumers wagered a total of $1.39bn (1.13bn/€1.32bn) on sports via mobile in April, down from $1.63bn in March of this year.
Gross gaming revenue from mobile sports betting for the month amounted to $104.1m, compared to $104.1m in the previous calendar month.
Flutter Entertainment-owned FanDuel Group remained the runaway leader in the market with $63.6m in revenue from $599.5m in wagers.
DraftKings followed in second with $19.6m in revenue off a handle of $327.1m, with Caesars Sportsbook, which posted revenue of $11.8m after taking $215.7m in bets, third.
BetMGM was next after reporting $5.0m in revenue from $142.2m in total wagers, then Rush Street Interactive with $1.8m in revenue and a $38.0m handle.
PointsBet posted $1.5m in revenue and reported a handle of $53.2m, while WynnBet had $518,705 in revenue off $9.4m in player bets, and Resorts W..