Delaware Online Gaming Yields $1.8M In 2015
Revenue Down From The Roughly $2.1M Won In 2014
Delaware’s online gaming industry won roughly $1.8 million off of gamblers in 2015, according to figure’s from the state lottery.
December had overall I-gaming win of $180,109.82, of which $31,124.74 came from peer-to-peer poker player. The poker revenue figure was the second straight month that win for that game increased after October’s all-time low of $24,030.03. The entire year saw nearly $400,000 in online poker revenue, but that was down from the $600,000 seen in 2014. New Jersey online poker also had a year-over-year decline.
In 2014, Delaware online casinos won more than $2 million, so the overall I-gaming market also took a small hit this past year. Delaware kicked off online gaming in late 2013.
The state’s three I-gaming operators are Delaware Park, Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway. 888 Holdings is a technology providef for the three brick-and-mortars.
In March, Nevada and Delaware began sharing liquidity for online poker, but the compact didn’t result in improvement for Delaware online poker. Nevada doesn’t release revenue figures for its online poker industry. Here’s a look at Delaware online gaming by month in 2015:
Last week, New Jersey gaming regulators said that Garden State online casinos won nearly $149 million in 2015. Since launching, New Jersey’s online gaming industry has won roughly $280 million. The state doesn’t currently have a liquidity sharing deal.
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