Betting on sports in Indiana slowed in April but still pulled in more money when compared to the same month a year ago.
College basketball tournaments in March fueled a strong surge in sports wagering in Indiana for the month.
Indiana’s sports books pulled in $500.1 million in wagers in January.
Indiana’s online and retail sportsbooks closed 2021 producing more than $25 million in revenue on more than $460 million in wagering in December.
The addition of college basketball gave Indiana sports bettors more options, which pushed wagers placed in November over $463 million.
The return of college and professional football reflected in record-setting sports wagering in Indiana in September.
Indiana’s sports betting bounced back in August thanks to a return of college football and preseason NFL games.
Sports betting in Indiana in May bounced back after dropping in April.
The annual NCAA basketball tournament pushed sports wagering over $300 million in Indiana in March.
Indiana is among a handful of states where BetMGM users can get a little more for their money if making a wager inside a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.