Arizona sportsbooks secured $50mln GGR only in November

Arizona sportsbooks secured $50mln GGR only in November

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Arizona sportsbooks secured $50mln GGR only in November

The sportsbooks of Arizona secured $470 million in betting from which $50 in GGR throughout November.

Arizona’s retail and online sportsbooks generated nearly $466.7 million in betting throughout November, which has decreased by 4 percent compared with the result of October. The reason for the decrease lies behind 5 full weekends of National Football League and college soccer games.

Currently, 12 sportsbooks operate within the state, including Fubo Sportsbook and SuperBook Sports launched at the end of 2021, and SaharaBets launched in January, 2022.

The betting figures for each day averaged $15.6 million, while in October it reached 15.7 million. Meanwhile, the GGR of November increased by 27 percent in comparison with the previous month.

Totally, around $1.2 billion was generated from gambling during 2021. So, Arizona became the quickest to reach the $1 billion milestone throughout US history.

GGR of 2021 amounted to $121.2 million, exceeding other states of the US in their first three months after launch.

98 percent of state handles comprise online sportsbooks, while land-based generated $7.4 million in betting.

The list of top operators leads DraftKings with $148.7 million in betting. The second place takes FanDuel with $118 million. BetMGM comes next with $93.2 million. The list also involves Caesars, Unibet and Rush Street.

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