The return of football meant a big boost to sports wagering in West Virginia in September: resulting in nearly $77m in handle.
That figure was up more than 90% from August, when the total handle was slightly more than $40m.
The majority of the handle was via mobile wagering: more than $59m. That was an increase of 90% from the $31m in mobile handle in August.
Revenue from sports betting jumped 133% from August (almost $2m) to September ($4.6m).
Total handle, mobile handle and revenue all set records, state officials said.
William Hill launched operations in West Virginia on Sept. 4. The company has a partnership with Mountaineer Casino and Racetrack in New Cumberland.
On the iGaming front, the September handle was $75m, an 89% increase from August, while revenue was $2m, up 242% from the previous month.
The Mountain State just started iGaming in mid-July, so September was only the second full month of operations. DraftKings was the initial operator, but has been joined by BetMGM. NetEnt recently agreed to a partnership with BetMGM to supply online slots products in the state.
BetMGM is operating in West Virginia via the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, while DraftKings is partnered with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town.
West Virginia is one of just five states that offer iGaming, along with Delaware, Nevada, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.