Delaware Collects $8.2m On Sports Betting Wagers in July

Delaware Collects $8.2m On Sports Betting Wagers in July

The state of Delaware embraced sports wagering on June 5th and became the first territory outside Nevada to implement all-out betting after the repeal of PASPA by the Supreme Court. Since then, more than $15 million were generated on bets, while the latest figures show an increase of $8.2 million in July alone.

The three of its most prominent casinos have generated revenues over a period longer than one month totaling $527,000 after the settling of all bets. Apart from Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway, which took over productive $1.7 million or $700,000 respectively, Delaware Park is by far the highest-earning casino in the state, earning approximately $5.8 million in wagers.

Increased Volume of Betting

Although the Blue Hen State started a sports lottery back in 1992, the legalization of betting on sports across the United States has consequently sparked the interest of many people to actively monitor the US sporting calendar. Casinos are a bit quieter during the summer season, and many purlieus are in fact getting ready for September, when top national leagues begin.

The state has penned a deal with Scientific Games back in June 2018, whose software and platform effectively supplies the Delaware Lottery…

The company raised its revenues from $10m to $46m in 2009 and aims to expand on other verticals thanks to professional experience and leading wagering technologies. SG supports more than 150 lotteries worldwide, most of which are located in the U.S.

Unrivaled iLottery Service

A recently formed partnership with NYX Gaming Group helped the company to reinvent a new global iLottery, combining it with iGaming and sports betting.

Scientific Games is now offering unparalleled capabilities and opportunities to lotteries and are now looking forward to expanding to other markets.