Delaware posts lowest ever i-gaming monthly figure

By David Cook
The total for June is the Delaware regulated online gambling market’s worst ever recorded monthly total net revenue figure.

June’s monthly sum of $108,692 is lower than the previous record of $111,388 that was posted for November 2013, which was the first month that the Delaware regulated i-gaming market was in operation.

The total figure is down 42% year-on-year and no year-on-year monthly increases have been reported for any month for the first half of this year.

The last year-on-year increase to have been reported was December’s 21% hike to $169,600.

March’s $146,188 was the highest monthly total to have been posted this year, which was a 29% decrease.

Despite June’s total being the lowest on record, the figures for the three sectors that make up the results - table games, video lottery and poker rake and fee – did not post their worst ever monthly totals.

Poker rake and fee was $30,675, up 20%, table games net revenue was down 70% to $32,812 and video lottery net revenue was $45,205, a downturn of 12%.

Delaware’s year-to-date total net revenue is $795,908 and is down 29%.

The record highest monthly total to have been recorded is $240,763 for April 2014.


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