Indiana sports betting revenue rises in February despite handle decline

Adjusted gross revenue from sports wagering in Indiana increased year-on-year in February despite a drop in the US state’s handle.

Player spending on betting during the month amounted to $356.2m, which was 12.9% lower than $409.1m in February 2022 and also 16.6% behind the $427.2m wagered in January this year.

Basketball remained by far the most popular sport among consumers, drawing $166.0m in total wagers during February, some way ahead of football on $20.6m and baseball with just $441,296. A further $69.3m was spent on parlay bets and $99.6m on other sports.

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