New Hampshire November sports betting handle reaches $78.5m

December 22, 2023
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This is the largest handle to date for the Granite State.

The New Hampshire Lottery has published its sports betting results for the month of November. Sports betting statewide brought in $78.5m in handle, the largest month since the market’s opening in July.

The state saw $8.2m in revenue for November; sports betting contributed almost $3.6m in state taxes.

Mobile sports betting posted its highest handle since July during November, with the total reaching nearly $67.9m.

Prior to the recent figures, October held the title for largest mobile sports betting handle this year. However, October is still on top as the largest gross gaming revenue (GGR) earner.

Mobile sports betting GGR in November totaled $6.6m, generating almost $2.9m in taxes from mobile sports betting during November.

So far this year, mobile sports wagering has yielded a total handle of $261.1m.

New Hampshire retail sports betting followed similar trends during the month. Retail sports wagering locations posted a November handle of $10.6m and brought in nearly $1.6m in gross gaming revenue.

During the month, retail sports betting contributed more than $711,000 in state taxes.

Looking at yearly results, in-person sports betting has raked in a $37.7m handle since July.

Traditional casinos are currently illegal in New Hampshire. However, the state allows its venues to offer players table-based and machine-based games that are connected to local charities.

The current law on the books allows charities statewide to partner with charitable gaming operators, as long as they do not exceed 10 gaming dates per year.


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