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Delaware sports betting revenue up to $1.3m in November

Delaware sports wagering revenue rose to $1.3m in November, from $500,000 in October.

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The Diamond State also saw $16.3m wagered in total during November, an 11% increase from October's tally.

Delaware Park took $11.5m in sports wagers, while Dover Downs took $2.7m in total handle and Harrington Raceway saw just over $2m in sports bets placed.

For the year to date, Delaware has now accepted just over $70m from 1.3m wagers, with over $50m of sports wagers taking place at Delaware Park.

Dover Downs took just shy of $13m for the year to date, while Harrington Raceway accepted $8m.

Of the $70m wagered, customers won back $63m, seeing a total of $7m in revenue for the Diamond State between January and November 2018.

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