The New York Gaming Commission revealed a new monthly record for online sports betting revenue for the third month running in a November revenue report.
According to the commission, New York sportsbooks brought in $148.2 million of revenue, a 1.7% increase on the $145.7 million total earned in October. New Yorkers also wagered roughly $1.56 million, up from October’s $1.54 billion total.
There has been no mistaking New York, the king of American sports betting, since its market opened in January. As records continue to fall, the question remains just how far will the Big Apple push the envelope for the industry.