West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Drops Below $8 Million In May
West Virginia Online Casino Revenue drops below $8 million for the first time in four months. May's revenue was $7.7 million. The apps accepted about $213 million in bets for May. The best performance came on the week of May 21 with profits of around $2.2 million, which is a slight increase on April's figure.
West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Drops Below $8 million in May. Greenbrier finished May with nearly $4.3 million. FanDuel Casino WV and BetMGM Wv didn't get to $800,000 in the first week of the month but topped at least $1 million the following three. Hollywood Casino’s two online licenses held steady last month. DraftKings Casino and PointsBet W Virginia made about $25,00 more this time around. Caesars W V and Bettors W v made $980, 000 each.
West Virginia Online Casino Revenue Drops Below $8 million in May. The Greenbrier's online casinos recorded a very similar month to April, amassing just over $111 million. DraftKings and PointsBet had a good start to the month but took fewer bets each week. Caesars and BetRivers' busiest week concluded in the state was over $ 8.4 million, which is their highest handle in 10 weeks.