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.