Iowa sees sports gambling on the rise in November

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission (IRGC) has just released November’s numbers and they are nothing short of impressive. In November alone, sports betting increased by 27.5% compared to the previous month. According to government retail and mobile sports betting, total sales were $ 59.3 million. Only in Prairie Meadows do online gamblers bet around $ 19.1 million on sporting events in November.

The Hawkeye State currently has a total of 19 sports betting, but two mobile sports betting applications, Points Bet and Q Casino, were released last month and were released in November.

One of the numbers reported was not so positive, net revenue. A total of $ 5.7 million was raised in October, compared to only $ 3.6 million in the same category in November. That means government revenue fell from $ 381,379 to $ 242,903. Sports games have been legal in Iowa since mid-August, and sports betting has been worth nearly $ 153 million since the beginning of November, including November. From online betting alone, $ 85.1 million.

The online scenario for Iowa is on the rise, with an increase of 30% reported from October to November. The largest online sportsbook with the highest sales was again William Hill at Prairie Meadows, by far the largest online sportsbook. Stakes totaled $ 19.1 million in November with a payout of $ 18.2 million. Another interesting place to do operations is the Des Moines circuit, which also works with William Hill. This is one of the four locations he has.

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