West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Dips Slightly in January

West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Dips Slightly in January

West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Dips slightly in January. The market added a new platform at the end of January with PointsBet Casino WV. The state’s apps were consistent again, seeing at least $1.5 million in revenue during each week.

The Greenbrier and its mobile betting apps made about $3.3 million in January. Hollywood Casino's two online platforms made almost $2.5 million. Mountaineer placed in last place in terms of monthly earnings. The WV casinos have earned a minimum of $1 million a month for 18 consecutive weeks. They made more than $650,000 each week in the last week of January, including $300,00 for Jan. 8.

West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Dips slightly in January. The Greenbrier took the top spot for handle with about $88 million. Mountaineer's options with BetRivers and Caesars earned more revenue. Their handle totaled just over $22 million compared to around $25 million last month. The online casinos’ best week topped $6 million, following a month in which it went over over$8 million and the total handle is over $1.5 billion.

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