Total igaming revenue in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, and Michigan totaled $291.3 million in April 2021, down 6.6 percent from March’s record-breaking $311.6 million.
The revenue from online casinos in the Garden State surpassed $100 million for the third time in April. But it fell short of the record set in March. The $107.7 million in April was down 5.3 percent from the all-time high of $113.7 million in March, but it was still up 35 percent from April 2020.
Borgata’s $32.8 million revenue beat out Golden Nugget Online Gaming’s $32.4 million by just 1.3 percent. Resorts Digital is in third place, with $19.6 million in April and $83.6 million so far this year,
Pennsylvania’s igaming revenue for April 2021 fell 7.9 percent month over month, similar to New Jersey’s; its $90 million was down 7.9 percent from March’s record-breaking $97.7 million.
Total revenue from online slots was $62.6 million, a 5.2 percent decrease from March’s $66 million. Table games generated $27.7 million, a 4.5 percent decrease from the previous month’s $29 million.
Penn National Gaming’s $33.8 million in April 2021 remained at the top, down only.6 percent from March.
In Michigan’s third full month of igaming, net igaming revenues fell slightly more in April. Its net income of $88.9 million was down 6.6 percent from the previous month. However, the Great Lake State was nearly equal to Pennsylvania’s $90 million.
BetMGM led Michigan’s 11 online casinos with $36.8 million, a significant increase (16.4 percent) from $30.8 million in March. FanDuel and DraftKings came in second and third, with $14.1 million and $14 million in revenue, respectively.
The Mountain State’s igaming revenue fell slightly to $3.8 million, a $100,000 decrease from March’s record-breaking $3.9 million (2.5 percent ). The state levied a 15% privilege tax on the winnings of $570,000, a $15,000 decrease from the previous month’s total of $585,000.
Delaware ended April 2021 with a net igaming revenue of $874,000, a 2.7 percent decrease from the previous month’s $898,000.
Online video lottery (slot) games generated $708,000, up 3.8 percent from March’s $681,000, while table games generated $128,000, a significant 29.1 percent decrease from March’s $178,000.