- New Hampshire recorded a $46.7 million handle in April 2021.
- Their April sports betting revenue is down 16.3% from March.
CONCORD, N.H. — Although New Hampshire sports bettors are enjoying their time betting in the sports of their choosing, the revenue numbers in April have seen a decrease from the month of March.
In April, New Hampshire recorded a sports betting handle of $46.7 million which includes $37.4 million coming from just mobile betting platforms.
These numbers are far down from what New Hampshire sports betting recorded in March 2021, however, March did have plenty of March Madness betting for sports bettors to get involved with.
The handle as a whole is down 16.3% from March where they recorded a $55.8 million handle which included $44.4 million coming from mobile and legal online betting .
Getting into the revenue numbers, from March to April, the state saw a whopping 22.4% dip as they recorded $3.3 million in revenue compared to the $4.3 million in revenue they saw in March.
Although the numbers are down on a month-to-month basis, they are still up drastically over the 2020 numbers which were badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Looking back at April of 2020, they record revenue numbers of just $262,393.
With their $3.3 million in revenue in April of 2021, NH enjoyed a yearly increase of 1,158%. Not to mention, their number on the handle is a 1,129% increase from last April as well.
As sports around the world are back in full swing, the New Hampshire sports betting revenue numbers could get back to climbing on a monthly basis but likely won’t spike again until the NFL season.
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