Sports wagering handle in Washington DC increased for the second consecutive month in September but fell 26.2% year-on-year.
Handle for the month amounted to $19.4m (£16.8m/€19.5m), which was 48.1% higher than $13.1m in August of this year, but down 26.2% from $26.3m in September 2021.
Gross gaming revenue was $3.6m, double the $1.8m generated in August, and also 125.0% higher than $1.6m in September last year.
Looking at individual operator performances, Caesars retained its grip on top spot in DC with $1.4m in revenue from $7.3m in total bets during September.
Gambet, operated by the DC Lottery and powered by Intralot, placed second with $1.1m in revenue from $6.0m in player spending. BetMGM, which is partnered with MLB team the Washington Nationals in DC, was next with revenue of $678,061 from a $4.0m handle.
Flutter Entertainment’s FanDuel, which runs a FanDuel-branded retail sportsbook at Major League Soccer team DC United’s Audi Field, generated $250,932 in revenue from $1.6m in bets.
Grand Central Bar, which offers sports betting via an agreement with Elys Game Technology, completed the list with $128,971 in revenue from a $546,641 handle.