DC Betting Revenue Increase for April
Players wagered $2.1m over the course of the month, seeing activity climb 10.5% month-on-month
Betting revenue for the state of Washington DC saw an unexpected spike in April, according to reports.
Players wagered $2.1m over the course of the month, seeing activity climb 10.5% month-on-month. There was however a 29.6% decline in stakes, meaning fewer bettors wagered were placed but for larger sums.
According to the statistics, state players wagered a total of $10.7m between William Hill and the DC Lottery’s Gambet brand during the month, compared to $15.2m in March.
Players wagered $8.0m with William Hill during the month, 29.8% lower than in March, but gross gaming revenue was 33.3% higher at $1.6m despite this decline.
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