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Only state and local governments tax operators' gambling revenue, yet the fed benefits as well, by taxing gamblers themselves.
In Michigan, the rebranding of William Hill Casino to Caesars has caused the operator to more than quadruple its revenue in a few months.
Connecticut's per capita online casino revenue trails that of larger markets in the early going, perhaps due to the two-brand limit.
New Jersey was the first state to cross the $1B revenue mark in 2021. PA followed later the same month and MI will get there...
It isn't only sportsbooks that have benefitted from the return of the NFL. Online casino revenue also set records in September.
Expert projections from Eilers & Krejcik Gaming show iGaming revenue failing to double in 5 years, while sports betting will triple.
August online casino revenue numbers are in. Sports-focused companies have been losing market share to pure casino operators over the summer.
While the other large states with legal online casinos have been stagnant, New Jersey got back to setting records in July.
The story of the PA online gambling market has generally been one of growth, yet June saw revenue take a small but significant drop.
In Michigan, both online casino and retail gaming revenue are holding steady, with no signs of either cannibalizing the other.
New Jersey's online casinos and poker rooms collected a total of $107 million in revenue in June, completing a very stable quarter.
Pennsylvania online casinos and poker rooms bloomed in May while other legal iGaming states lay fallow.
New Jersey online gambling hasn't been posting revenue gains, but holding steady is a positive when a post-pandemic correct was expected.
Most major online gambling operators were treading water in MI in May, but FanDuel has achieved some separation from its closest competitor.
PA and NJ are now like two peas in a pod when it comes to their iGaming markets. Both saw 2% drops in daily average...
Michigan is becoming the benchmark by which online gambling operators are measuring their success. During the fewer than four months since Michigan launched iGaming, the...
Growth has been the name of the game for the New Jersey online gambling market, but April 2021 was a rare exception.
In states that have legal iGaming and online sports betting, the revenue for the former provides more than twice as much revenue.
Michigan's online gambling market is chasing down Pennsylvania's for the title of biggest in the country, despite the latter's head start.
Pennsylvania's iGaming market isn't as explosive as it was in its first months, but is settling into a pattern of steady, sustained growth.
Entain's 2020 Annual Report shows BetMGM as the US market leader, but also operating at a loss for the near future.
Daily average revenue for Pennsylvania iGaming operators grew 7.7% in February, a slight slowdown from the past two months.
New Jersey's online casinos and poker rooms saw revenue dip in February due to the shorter month, but their daily average held steady.
Michigan online gambling is less than a month old, but three operators are already dominating the new market.
After 18 months of operation, Pennsylvania's online gambling market continues its nearly uninterrupted growth.