Michigan on-line on line casino income has dropped to its lowest degree since February

Online casino and poker revenues in May fell to their lowest level since February as people “spend less time indoors,” according to them Play Michigan.

A 5.9 percent decrease from $ 94.9 million to $ 89.2 million in the 30 days of June, online casinos and poker rooms produced $ 3 million per day, down from $ 3.1 million per day in May, bringing in $ 13.7 million in taxes and $ 5 million in taxes.

“Unsurprisingly, revenue declines a bit in the summer months when people tend to spend less time indoors,” explains Jessica Welman, analyst for the PlayUSA.com Network, which also includes PlayMichigan.com. “Overall, the online gaming market has been remarkably constant so far. Growth will return – likely in the fall when the weather changes. In the meantime, online casino gaming will continue to be the most reliable source of revenue for operators and the state that Michigan’s gambling industry can offer. “

BetMGM/MGM Grand Detroit the online casino and poker market with 33.8 million

Despite the decline in online casino GGR, Michigan online and retail betting volume increased slightly in June but remained relatively low amid the ongoing summer slowdown.

“Michigan’s sports betting grew so fast from January through March that the slowdown that followed could feel more dramatic than the real thing,” added Welman. “Sports betting is still in an excellent position to start with as the season approaches. Until then, they’ll have to rely on opportunities like the Olympics and the NBA Finals to generate interest. “

Michigan’s online sportsbook accepted $ 235.1 million in bets in the 30 days of June, a 1 percent decrease from $ 237.6 million in the 31 days of May, according to official data released on Monday Michigan Gaming Control Board were released.

With $ 24.4 million in retail stores announced earlier this week, Michigan’s online and retail bets combined took $ 259.4 million in bets, up 0.7 percent from $ 257.7 million Dollars in May.

April, May, and June are typically three of the slowest sports betting months of the year, but no major US sports jurisdiction has seen a steeper decline from its March highs than Michigan.

The combined grip in June is 32.4 percent below the record high of $ 383.7 million in March. By comparison, sports betting volume in decreased 22.2 percent from March to June and Iowa decreased 31.1 percent.

Gross gaming revenues from online sports betting increased 28.2 percent to $ 24.9 million in June, from a total of $ 19.5 million in May. And June’s online sports betting hold of 10.6 percent for operators was the best for an entire month in Michigan.

“We waited for a surge in taxable income that resulted in a real surge in tax income, which we finally hit in June,” said Matt Schoch, analyst at PlayMichigan.com. “If there was a disappointment with the Michigan launch, then tax revenue has lagged. Hopefully this will continue into the fall, when we know that sports betting income will take a big leap forward. “

FanDuel led the online market for $ 77.3 million in June, up from $ 71.2 million in May. This resulted in a market best gross revenue of $ 10.3 million from sports betting versus $ 9.3 million. The June promotion resulted in $ 8.1 million in taxable income.

“FanDuel has really opened up a significant market share advantage that will be difficult for any competitor to overcome,” Schoch concluded.

Comments are closed.