West Virginia’s combined sports betting and iGaming market continued to see strong growth in November as total wagers from licensed operators rose 35 per cent year-on-year to $473.1m.
The five-week period ended 3 December saw iGaming wagers increase by 55 per cent versus a year ago to $390.5m, offsetting an 18 per cent drop in sports wagers to $82.5m.
Having taken over as iGaming market […]
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