New York mobile sports betting revenue hits new records
The mobile sports wagering industry has raked in nearly $3 billion in revenues in New York in the first two years since it was legalized in New York.
The New York State Gaming Commission reported $416.2 million in online sports betting handle for the week ending December 22.
The state has also surpassed $1.5 billion in gross gaming revenue for the year. The gaming commission reported $416.02 million in online sports betting handle for the week ending Dec. 24 and more than $42.5 million in gross gaming revenue.
FanDuel returned to the top sport for the week, totaling $174.6 million in online sports betting handle and more than $22 million in gross gaming revenue. DraftKings totaled $149.03 million in handle and $11.5 million in gross gaming revenue.
The New York’s Responsible Play Partnership recently announced the changes to its voluntary self-exclusion process, which allows problem gamblers to “self-exclude” from online wagering facilities, in an effort to make problem gambling easier to recognize and address.