Connecticut legalized online and in-person sports betting and online casino games last October. The state has received more than $45 million in revenue since then. Online casino gaming has brought more monthly payments than online sports wagers. However, the state's revenue from retail sports bets was $193,000 in September. The number of problem gamblers in Connecticut has increased since the legalization. Calls to the problem-gambling hotline have increased 134 percent since. It's because of the ease of betting being at your fingertips. Health experts predict it has led to an increase in gambling addictions.