Delaware Lottery has just announced that the state’s online gaming revenue for its regulated market reached up to $1.1 million in May—the highest total for this year to date.
The monthly figure translated to a 261.8% year-on-year increase on the $313,648 it produced in May last year, as well as the increase from $856,182 in April this year.
Video lottery games continue to be the main source of income for the state’s three iGaming licensees, with income generated amounting to $798,817. Table game revenue is at $242,109, whereas poker rake and fees is at $93,973 for the month.
Player spending on iGaming also went up from $11.7 million in May last year to $29.5 million in May this year—this was also the highest amount wagered in a single month this year. A total of 993 new player registrations was also recorded for the month of May.