Delaware’s online gambling revenue shrunk and it hit its lowest last month. For the month of October, Delaware’s online gambling revenue fell to $246,092. The figures represent the lowest monthly total of the state in 2019 so far.
The drop in revenue has been attributed to a steep month-on-month decline in revenue at Dover Downs casino.
Earlier in September, the state had grossed $384,830 which was also the highest in the year. While the customer spending on online gambling in October was $9.4 million, it was $11.8 million in September.
The major contributor to the revenue was Video Lottery which chipped in $184,224 of the total.
Table games contributed $40,428, while Poker rake and fee revenue were $21,439.
Total player winnings were reported $9.6m, including $6.4m from table games and $3.2m from video lottery.
The online gambling industry in Delaware had its best month of the year in September. The online gambling market posted record revenue of $384,830 (£304,563/€349,161) in September.
The increase in revenue came despite a decline in consumer spending on a month-on-month basis. Before September, Delaware’s online gambling market had grossed the highest revenue back in May. In May Delaware casinos posted a total revenue of $313,648. Moreover, since May it is September was just the second month the online gambling revenues crossed the $300,000