Online and retail sportsbooks in Pennsylvania combined to take in $420.2 million in wagers in June, down 6.1% from $447.5 million in May, according to official data released Monday. Sportsbooks’ gross gaming revenue jumped to $42.5 million, though, which was up 13.6% from $37.4 million in May. The month’s gross receipts produced $34.2 million in taxable revenue, which yielded $11.6 million in state taxes and $684,510 in local share assessments.
Fiscal year 2020-21 brought:
- $5.6 billion in sports wagering, up 121.0% from $2.5 billion in FY 2019-20.
- $440.7 million in gross gaming revenue, up 169.9% from $163.3 million in FY 2019-20.
- $308.8 million in taxable revenue, up 128.0% from $135.5 million in FY 2019-20.
- $111.2 million in state and local taxes, up 128.0% from $48.8 million in FY 2019-20.
In June, 90.3%, or $379.3 million, of all sports bets were made online. FanDuel increased its dominance of the online market, producing $162.5 million in wagering, up from $160.9 million in May.
Meanwhile, retail sportsbooks took in $40.9 million in wagers in June, yielding $4.9 million in taxable revenue. Rivers-Philadelphia led with $8.0 million in bets.