The record March was $411.1 million more than the February betting handle and raises the Ohio Lottery agents and hosts have handled to $3,207,868 since sports betting went live January 1, 2023.
The 900+ betting kiosks in Ohio also generated a record $171,630 dollars in revenue. The proprietors divied up $135, 202 and the state lottery office took in $32,283 in additional tax revenue.
Sports Bet Ohio (Intralot) Leads in March Handle
- Sports Bet Ohio, the brand name for Intralot took in the most wagers during its three-month history as Buckeye State gamblers bet $689,107 through its sports betting kiosks. The historic monthly handle didn’t translate into historic monthly revenue but its agents and hosts split up $49,304 in March receipts.
- UBET Ohio had a strong March, taking in $293,389 in wagers through its vast network of sports betting kiosks located throughout the Buckeye State. UBET Ohio has now seen its income rise for the third-consecutive month, taking in $694,054 in wagers over that three-month period with the agents cutting up $61,277 in revenue since January 1.
- Gold Rush Gaming handled $198,098 during its second-month of operations in Ohio and nearly tripled its February $165,184 betting handle. Gold Rush reported $32,374 in revenue, up from February’s $15,446 profit with its licensed agents and hosts sharing $29,137 in March revenue.
- BetSkybox, a new player to the Buckeye State, reported $127,986 in betting handle during its first month in operation. The Columbus based kiosk operator earned $21,833 in March profit and its agents and hosts gained $19,650 in shared March proceeds.
- BET IGG claims 50+ betting kiosks and reported $75,744 in March handle, down from its $80,051 February wagers handled. BET IGG has seen decline for three consecutive months and the retail kiosk agents have earned a combined $25,578 in betting revenue.
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