US’ Online Sportsbook Revenue Reports for June Contain Mostly Good News

Most major domestic sports leagues remained shut down throughout June, but legal online sportsbooks in the US still found a way to thrive. Driven by sports like table tennis, international soccer, and golf, many states with legal online sports betting realized month-over-month revenue gains.

New Jersey’s online sportsbooks took in more than $12.7 million in revenue, while Pennsylvania’s mobile sports betting platforms earned more than $6.7 million in June.

Colorado’s sports betting industry continued to post solid earnings, bringing in nearly $3.5 million in revenue in the second full month of operations.

New Jersey Online Sports Betting Revenue June 2020

Retail OperatorOnline SkinsJune 2020 RevenueMonth-Over-Month ChangeYTD RevenueYear-Over-Year Change
New Meadowlands RacetrackFanDuel Sportsbook, PointsBet$6,162,503
Resorts Digital GamingDraftKings Sportsbook, FOX Bet, Resorts$3,878,994
Borgata Hotel CasinoBorgata Sports, BetMGM$881,435
Ocean Casino ResortWilliam Hill Sportsbook at Ocean Casino$691,135
Darby Development (Monmouth Park)Monmouth Park Sportsbook by William Hill, SugarHouse, TheScoreBet$593,548
Hard Rock Atlantic CityHard Rock, Bet365, Unibet$450,589
Bally’s Park PlaceCaesars Sportsbook, 888 Sport$43,561
Golden NuggetGolden Nugget, BetAmerica$66,533
Tropicana Casino & ResortWilliam Hill Sportsbook Tropicana Atlantic City$5,245

New Jersey’s Online Sportsbooks Keep Climbing

Overall revenue for New Jersey’s online sportsbooks gained for the second consecutive month. New Jersey’s nine retail operators realized more than $12.7 million in overall revenue across the state’s 19 different online sports betting platforms.

The gains represented a 26.8% increase in month-over-month revenue compared to May. New Meadowlands, powered by the FanDuel Sportsbook skin, continues to reign supreme in New Jersey, with nearly half of all year-to-date revenue in New Jersey so far in 2020.

Resorts Digital Gaming, with DraftKings Sportsbook as it’s main revenue driver, held position as the second-highest revenue-earning operator in the state.

Despite widespread hiatus in domestic and international sports leagues, New Jersey’s online sportsbooks are up 12.8% in year-over-year earnings. The breakdown of June 2020 revenue from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement can be found here. Also, stay up to date with the latest New Jersey sportsbook promos here.

Pennsylvania Online Sports Betting Revenue June 2020

Retail OperatorOnline SkinsJune 2020 RevenueMonth-Over-Month ChangeYTD Revenue
Valley Forge Casino ResortFanDuel Sportsbook$2,870,941
The MeadowsDraftKings Sportsbook$1,366,999
Parx CasinoParx Sportsbook$692,649

Mount Airy Casino ResortFOX Bet$683,217
Rivers PhiladelphiaSugarHouse Sportsbook$594,862
Rivers PittsburghBetRivers Sportsbook$519,774
Presque Isle DownsBetAmerica$16,519128.9%$154,212
Mohegan Sun PoconoUnibet Sportsbook$14,490

Harrah’s PhiladelphiaCaesars Sportsbook-$25

Upward Trend Continues For Pennsylvania

Much like in New Jersey, Pennsylvania online sportsbooks enjoyed an increase in earnings compared to the previous month. Mobile sportsbooks in the Keystone State were up 14.2% in revenue overall, taking in more than $6.7 million.

FanDuel Sportsbook cleared $2.8 million in revenue for the second straight month, and continues to hold the top spot among the state’s online sportsbooks. DraftKings Sportsbook maintained status as Pennsylvania’s second-most popular platform, with more than $1.36 million earned in June.

The Pennsylvania scene remains competitive after DraftKings and FanDuel. Parx Sportsbook, FOX Bet, SugarHouse and BetRivers all realized month-to-month revenue gains.

Pennsylvania’s online sportsbooks have earned more than $61 million overall in 2020. The June 2020 figures from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board can be found here.

Indiana Online Sports Betting Revenue June 2020

Retail OperatorOnline SkinsJune 2020 RevenueMonth-Over-Month ChangeYTD Revenue
Ameristar CasinoDraftKings Sportsbook$1,600,537
Blue Chip CasinoFanDuel Sportsbook$839,056
French Lick ResortBetRivers Sportsbook$157,889

Belterra CasinoBetMGM$132,133

Hollywood LawrenceburgPointsBet$33,442
Horseshoe HammondCaesars Sportsbook$3,658
Rising Star CasinoBetAmerica$2,162

Indiana’s Mobile Sportsbooks Lose Traction In June

The trend of revenue gains seen in Pennsylvania and New Jersey didn’t carry over to Indiana. Overall revenue for mobile sportsbooks in the Hoosier State took a hit compared to May, with a 14.5% decrease in earnings.

BetMGM realized a 7% revenue gain, but most of the other online platforms in Indiana decreased in month-to-month revenue. DraftKings Sportsbook still holds as the top choice for online sports betting in Indiana, followed by FanDuel Sportsbook.

The revenue numbers for June reported by the Indiana Gaming Commission can be seen here.

Iowa Online Sports Betting Revenue June 2020

Retail OperatorOnline SkinsJune 2020 RevenueMonth-Over-Month ChangeYTD Revenue
Prairie MeadowsWilliam Hill Sportsbook at Prairie Meadows$239,182
Wild Rose CasinoDraftKings Sportsbook$149,933

Isle CasinoWilliam Hill Sportsbook at Isle Casino$127,527+20.0%
Elite Casino ResortsElite Sportsbook$89,609
Hard Rock CasinoHard Rock Sportsbook$19,931
Lakeside Hotel CasinoWilliam Hill Sportsbook at Lakeside Hotel Casino$16,344
Q CasinoQ Sportsbook$11,753
Catfish Bend CasinoPointsBet$7,776-59.4%

Mobile Sports Betting Surges In Iowa

Led by William Hill Sportbook at Prairie Meadows, Iowa online sports betting platforms realized a 30.7% revenue gain overall from May to June.

DraftKings Sportsbook, licensed to Wild Rose Casino, saw a 105% increase in month-over-month revenue. Elite Sportsbook came in as another big gainer, realizing a 166.4% increase in June compared to May.

The June revenue reports from the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission can be found here.

Colorado Sports Betting Revenue June 2020

SportTotal WagersPayments to PlayersHouse Take/Loss
Table Tennis$9,148,983.78$8,613,560.58$535,423.20
Football - Pro American$94,436.80$3,106.88$91,329.92

Colorado’s Sportbooks Off To A Solid Start

Legal sports betting in Colorado went live on May 1, 2020. In the second full month of operations for the industry, Colorado sportsbooks brought in more than $3.48 million in revenue.

Numbers from the Colorado Division of Gaming show that table tennis takes the top spot as the most popular sport for Colorado bettors in June. These numbers reflect reports on six online sportsbook and one retail sportsbook.

DraftKings SportsBook, FanDuel Sportsbook, and FOX Bet represent some of the mobile sportsbook choices for Colorado bettors.

About the Author

Geoff Fisk

Geoff Fisk

Geoff Fisk is a San Diego-based freelance writer, specializing in the poker and gambling industries. He’s written for numerous platforms and has traveled the globe as a live poker tournament reporter. Geoff is an avid sports fan, but poker is his passion.
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