Massachusetts collects $132.8m in taxable revenue for June

July 18, 2023
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Total current & future wagers settled for June stood at $332m, a 25% fall on May.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has reported its gaming revenue for June 2023. Total taxable gaming revenue was $132.8m for June.

In Massachusetts, total casino slots and table games GGR for June 2022 was $93.2m and increased 8% to $100.6m in June 2023. Every casino saw an increase in GGR YoY on the slots and table games during June 2023.

Encore Boston Harbor saw an increase of 9% YoY from $60.1m to $65.5m. MGM Springfield saw a rise of 5% from $21.1m to $22.2m and Plainridge Park Casino saw an increase of 8% from $12m to $12.9m in slots and table games GGR from June 2022 up until now. 

A graph presenting the YoY statistics for casino slot and table GGR growth in June.

Month-over-month, the casinos in general found overall table and slots GGR to be a mixed bag, as some casinos had an increase in GGR whilst others had the opposite.

Encore Boston Harbor saw a 5% increase from $62.5m to $65.5m, Plainridge Park Casino saw a small 1% increase from $12.8m to $12.9m, meanwhile, MGM Springfield saw a dip in GGR of 5% from $23.3m to $22.2m. 

However, overall, there was still a 2% increase month on month, increasing to $100.6m from $98.7m.

Massachusetts' overall retail value for wagers settled in June 2023 totalled $8.5m and its total for online wagers settled came to a whopping $323.5m.

Overall the State collected $332m in wagers settled across both retail and online bets.

As for online sports wagering, DraftKings took in the most wagers settled during June 2023, scooping up $159.4m and Betr brought in the least with $290,000. 

Compared to May 2023, online betting dropped dramatically, as total wagers settled in May was $443.6m and in June the state reported $323.5m. This drop presents a 25% decrease in online sports betting from May to June 2023.


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