Delaware Online Operators Reported a 263% Year Over Year Increase

Delaware Online Operators Report Year-over-Year Increase of 263% – While some states allow online and mobile sports betting, only New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and West Virginia allow all forms of online gaming. Michigan is expected to join the list later this year. Nevada allows online poker and sports betting, but online casinos are not available in the State of Silver.

The August figures brought the state’s total online gambling revenue to $ 5.7 million, up 146.8 percent compared to the first eight months of 2019.

One of the most interesting statistics from the latest report is that there were 571 new player registrations during the month. It was the lowest number of new registrations since February, just before the start of the brick-and-mortar shutdown caused by the coronavirus.

The timeline allows these new highs in online income to become a new basis for moving forward.

This is all happening in the state that has the smallest population in the country, with only 973,764 calls to Delaware’s home.

Its northern neighbor, New Jersey, set record online gaming revenue in July with $ 87.5 million. New Jersey has a population more than nine times the population of Delaware and is the country’s most successful online gaming marketplace.