Advertising and promotional play deductions continue to be flashpoints in the U.S. sports-betting industry, as some states begin to make changes that could possibly curtail some advertising, while others continue to assess their options.
A Colorado state auditor report has voiced several concerns about the first year of regulated sports betting in the state, including processes for temporary licensure, as well as the effect of deductible free bets on tax returns.
This expanded report tracks partnerships signed by casinos, sportsbook operators, tech providers, leagues and media companies since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling of May 2018 and surveys the market landscape for online sports betting and internet gaming in 22 key states, including Ohio, Arizona and Louisiana.
This report outlines the current legal and regulatory framework for different forms of internet gambling at the federal and state level, provides analysis of recent legislative actions and identifies key bills and regulatory trends to watch in the coming months.
Voters in several key gaming states voted on November 3 to determine the outcome of key gambling initiatives, as well as elect state governors that will influence gaming policy for at least the next four years.
This monthly report benchmarks key data from the emerging, highly-prized U.S. sports betting sector, projected to be worth $14bn-20bn in annual GGR by 2026. State-specific handle, gross revenue and gross margin figures are accompanied by online market shares by license holder and associated brand(s).
Latest monthly Casino Revenue Report data from the Colorado Division of Gaming. The data released for each region contains the following information by game: Number of units, drop/coin in, adjusted gross profit (AGP) and daily average AGP. There are approximately 83,070 data points in this document.
Colorado has meaningfully outperformed the wider U.S. sports-betting market at the start of 2022, delivering four consecutive months of double-digit year-on-year revenue growth amid several instances of decline in other states. Nevertheless, a combination of generally skinny margins and high levels of promotional generosity have meant that 47 percent growth in year-to-date gross revenue has filtered through to a more modest gain of 6 percent in terms of taxable net revenue.
This monthly report spans more than 100,000 data points, detailing trends in U.S. land-based commercial gaming since the start of 2007. Key headline casino metrics, split by state, region and market, sit alongside data from other emerging segments such as VGTs and instant racing.
Latest quarterly data from US-listed Penn National Gaming. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Revenues, expenses, operating income, hotel metrics and revenue & adjusted EBITDA by property/region. There are approximately 4,165 data points in this document.