Online Poker Revenues in Delaware Fall 21.8% In June
The dismal performance of online gambling in Delaware continues with the month of June figures just been released. Despite the fact that Delaware and Nevada have shared online poker pools in the last three months, the numbers are nothing short of dismal and give those opposing legalizing online poker in the U.S. more ammunition.
The entire revenues for online gambling for the month of June were $108,700 which is a drop of 18.7% from the $133,700 posted in May. This represents a massive 42 % decrease from the same period last year which was $187,331.
For those looking to see where all the money went in the total pool of $108,700 the breakup is, $32.8 k on Table Games, $45,2k on video Lottery and $30.7k on Poker. There were also a “whopping” new 301 registrations.
The biggest winner in terms of gains for online poker was Dover Downs who saw a modest increase to reach $6,872 in June over the $6,212 of May. Delaware Park saw revenues decrease from $29,267 in May to $20,169. Harrington Raceway performed the worst where ipoker revenues were a measly $3,633. All in all there are 11,000 people that have registered at the three online casinos in Delaware.