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Indiana sportsbooks post second-best month

Indiana sportsbooks brought in $316.7 million in wagers in March, according to official reporting released Monday. That is the second-most for a month in Indiana and up 15.6% from $273.9 million in February.

Indiana sportsbooks nearly hit $350 million in Wagers in January

Indiana sportsbooks opened 2021 with another impressive month, setting the state's wagering record for the fifth consecutive month with nearly $350 million and posting a new high in revenue.

Indiana sportsbooks reach $200 million in bets in September

Indiana sportsbooks surpassed $200 million in bets in a single month for the first time, producing record operator revenue, and passing $100 million in combined revenue since launching in September 2019.

Indiana sportsbooks reach $1 billion mark

Even with just eight days of major sports, sports bettors wagered $70.9 million in July, up 137.9% from the $29.8 million sportsbooks accepted in June and sending the state’s lifetime handle past $1 billion.

Indiana sportsbooks have bright future with casinos returning

June’s $29.8 million handle was shy by $145 million of what would have been expected with a full menu of summer sports, according to PlayIndiana estimates.

Boyd Gaming to reopen three more properties

On 15 June, Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa and Belterra Casino Resort will reopen, followed by Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center on 19 June.

Indiana sportsbooks still missing out on $160 million

While the sports world moves closer to reopening, the shut down could have more long-ranging effects on Indiana as neighboring states rush to open up sports betting to shore their budgets.

Record-low handle from Indiana sportsbooks

With a minimized schedule of sports to bet on and casinos closed for the entire month, Indiana generated just $26.3 million in wagers, according to official reporting released today.

Indiana sportsbooks lose big in March

The state’s retail and online sportsbooks collected just $74.8 million in March wagers, down 60% from the record $187.2 million in February.

Boyd Gaming properties in five states extend closures

Boyd Gaming Corporation today provided an update on its previously announced property closures in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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