New Hampshire sees sports betting handle slip to 11-month low in July

Gross gaming revenue for the month amounted to $3.1m (£2.3m/€2.6m), up 138.5% from $1.3m, but down 20.5% from $3.9m in June this year and the lowest monthly amount since February.

Mobile remained by far the primary source of sports betting income in the state as revenue reached $2.3m, compared to the $797,605 generated by retail sportsbooks in the month.

In terms of handle, players wagered a total of $36.7m in sports in July, which was 216.4% up on last year but 6.6% down on June and the lowest monthly total since $27.5m was bet in August 2020.

This was also the fourth consecutive month of betting handle decline in New Hampshire, with player spend having fallen month-on-month since $55.8m in wagers were placed in March.

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