Indiana’s sportsbooks garnered revenue worth $9.8 million this past June, a 47.6 percent rise from July figures, as stakes reached $1.2 billion and revenues surpassed the $100 million mark in the first 12 months of licensed sports betting in Indiana.
The reported $9.8 million worth of revenue is part of a $169 million package, representing an increase of 138.4 percent, while operators in the state paid taxes worth $934314. These three figures are the highest in the since the start of this year before COVID-19 brought things to a halt in American and the rest of the world.
Before adjustments, revenue reached $12.5 million, with $10 million coming from online dealings and the rest from retail stores. Online revenue reached $143.9 million, while retail accounted for the remaining $25.1 million.