WV Online Casino Revenue Drops Below $4 Million In June
WV Online Casino Revenue Drops Below $4 million in June. The four mobile platforms only netted around $3.9 million. This is down about $400,000 from the previous month. WV casinos accepted more bets than ever before. For the week of June 5, casinos took in nearly $44 million and it was the first time they topped $40 million for one week.
WV casinos had a 9% decrease in revenue from May to June. Greenbrier and its two online casino apps led the way again, but by a significant margin this month. FanDuel and BetMGM earned over $2.6 million in June, while DraftKings didn't have a quality performance. Mountaineer Casino’s BetRivers finished last among active online casinos.
June's WV casinos saw 11% more betting than May. The Greenbrier's two online casinos took in almost $80 million in June. DraftKings' app almost reached $67 million this June, but it only topped May's overall total by $2 million. Mountaineer's BetRivers app saw around $6.5 million of bets in its first month in the W Virginia market.