Connecticut nets $4M in first full month of sports betting

Connecticut nets $4M in first full month of sports betting

Connecticut raked in more than $4 million in revenue from its nascent online gambling and sports wagering industry in November, the first full month of legalized betting.

The state’s tax coffers gained about $2.5 million from online casino gaming and about $1.7 million from sports betting last month, on a total of $823 million in wagers.

Online casino games continue to outpace sports gambling, as expected, and total revenues in November grew sharply from last month, when the new system was only in place for several weeks.

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