Indiana’s sportsbooks continued to post strong figures in October.
In terms of revenue, operators in the state held on to $11.5m up from the $8.5m generated the month prior.
October marked the second full month of sports betting in the Hoosier State.
Breaking down the figures
Looking closer at Indiana’s sports betting figures, Penn National Gaming’s Ameristar Casino was the most popular sportsbook amongst bettors. According to the IGC’s figures, Ameristar Casino processed $46.2m in bets and generated $5m in revenue. Ameristar’s mobile sports betting partner, DraftKings Sportsbook, made up $3.5m of the venue’s sports betting revenue from $39.4m in bets.
Caesars Entertainment’s Horseshoe Hammond venue came in second place after generating $1.7m from $10.7m in sports bets.
The sportsbook at Hollywood Lawrenceburg processed $6.9m in bets and managed to generate $1.1m in revenue. Harrah’s Hoosier Park sportsbook came in fourth place after processing $6.2m in bets and holding onto more than $1m in revenue.
Blue Chip casino managed to generate $903,326 in revenue from $6.9m in sports wagers. Blue Chip’s mobile betting partner FanDuel Sportsbook contributed $197,786 to the venue’s total sports betting revenue.
The French Lick Resort accepted $7.1m in sports wagers and managed to generate just $544,653 in revenue. The mobile platform BetRivers was the primary source of income for French Lick, with the online sportsbook contributing $496,744 to the venue’s total revenue.
Sports betting in Indiana
Indiana became the tenth state to legalize sports betting following the repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) in 2018.
Governor Eric Holcomb signed HB 1015 into law in May, legalizing land-based and state-wide mobile sports betting. Bettors can sign up for online sportsbook accounts remotely, from anywhere within the state.
On 1 September, Indiana’s sports betting market went live with the Ameristar Casino Hotel East Chicago, the Hollywood Casino & Hotel Lawrenceburg and Indiana Grand Racing & Casino launching land-based sportsbooks.
At the time of writing, 13 land-based sportsbooks and three online operators offer sports betting in the Hoosier State.
Bettors in the Hoosier State can place bets online with DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook and Bet Rivers.
For an in-depth look at each state’s sports betting statistics check out our stats page.