Sports betting in New Hampshire saw a decline in both handle and revenue in December compared to the previous year. The handle for December was $78.8 million, which was 13.3% lower than in December 2022 but 0.4% higher than in November 2023. Online betting accounted for $67.0 million, while retail sportsbooks brought in $11.7 million.

The gross gaming revenue for December was $7.7 million, a 7.2% decrease from the previous year and a 6.1% drop from November. Online sports betting contributed $6.7 million to the revenue, while retail wagering brought in $972,039. DraftKings, the exclusive operator in New Hampshire, accounted for all online bets.

The state collected $3.4 million in taxes from sports betting, with $2.9 million coming from online wagering and $437,417 from retail. As for the first half of the financial year 2023-24, the total handle in New Hampshire amounted to $377.6 million, with online bets making up $328.1 million and retail bets totaling $49.5 million.

The revenue for the same six-month period was $37.7 million, with online betting generating $33.5 million and retail bringing in $4.2 million. The state collected $16.5 million in taxes, with $14.6 million coming from online activities and $1.9 million from land-based sportsbooks.

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