Delaware iGaming revenue drops in May

Delaware iGaming revenue drops in May

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Delaware iGaming revenue drops in May

At US$3.9 million in May, Delaware’s total iGaming revenue saw yet another monthly drop.

As compared to April’s $4.4 million, which was down 4.4% from March, the amount was down 12.2%.

A decline in revenue was also evident in two of the three online casinos in the US state. Bally’s Dover saw a 25.4% decrease in income from April to $776,191 in May, while Harrington saw a 39.3% decrease from April’s $1.4 million in revenue to $848,354. 

Delaware Park, on the other hand, defied the trend, seeing a 13.6% gain in revenue to $2.3 million from $2 million in April.

Additionally, as has been the pattern since Rush Street Interactive took control of the business, all three of the online casinos reported notable year-over-year increase.

The combined iGaming income increased by 216% from May 2023 until this point in time. Growth on the three platforms was 346%, 103.5%, and 1486.6%, respectively.

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