Delaware Online Poker Revenue Dips in January
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- Delaware Online Poker Revenues Plummet 55% in June Jul 22
- May Delaware Online Poker Revenues Show Continued Decline Jun 30
- Delaware Online Poker Revenue Falls 12.2% in April May 30
- Delaware Online Poker Revenues Rebound in March Apr 17
- Delaware Lottery Figures Show Continued Fall in Poker Mar 14
The latest figures for internet gaming in Delaware, as reported by the Delaware Lottery Monday, show online poker revenue dropped 17% from December to January.
Net revenue from poker rake and fees across all three sites was reported as $88,390, down from $106,992 in December.
Most of the decline in poker took place on the Delaware Park poker room which saw a 26.7% decline from poker. Harrington, the smallest of the three Delaware online poker rooms, showed a 24% decline, while Dover Downs saw a 15% boost.
Delaware Park still holds the largest market share in poker with 60% of the action.
Growth from online gaming in Delaware has slowed dramatically. While still notching a 3.7% increase in overall revenue from igaming, with reported revenues for the month coming in at $145,276, the modest bump pales in comparison to the 57% increase realized from November to December.
Poker still accounts for 61% of the overall revenue generated from online gaming in Delaware.
Projections for revenue from online gaming in Delaware have varied greatly, but even the most conservative of estimates of $3.75 million seem to be in jeopardy unless Delaware can find a partner to share player liquidity via an interstate compact.
In comparison, New Jersey generated over $3.4 million from online poker in January and $9.5 million overall.