Turnpike Sports® Book Report™

News and Notes from the sportsbooks around the country

New Jersey – handle of $540.1 mm with record revenue of $53.6 million (rate of return of nearly 10%) and record $6.6 million in tax revenue; December 2019 handle was $557.8 mm and produced only about half the revenue, $29.4 mm; Superbowl was Feb 2nd, so any Super Bowl wager placed the Friday before the game or earlier counts as hold in January. Our estimate is that over 60% of the betting took place before Feb. That pads revenue numbers in January significantly; Division of Gaming Enforcement, which issues the monthly numbers, provided a post-Super Bowl update of $54.3 mm in bets on The Big Game and a loss of $4.3mm for the books

New Hampshire – In just six weeks, more than 1 million sports bets have been placed in the Granite State; More than 36,923 registered users wagered more than $28.6 million since Dec. 30, 2019, when the New Hampshire Lottery and DraftKings launched sports betting. The one-millionth bet was placed Feb. 8

West Virginia – January 2020 was state’s best month in terms of accepting wagers. WV sportsbooks reached over $8.5 million in handle in every week of the month. In total, books accepted $35,398,396.38 in sports bets last month; $2.2 million in revenue; over $35 million in 2020 is a 99% increase over January 2019; In January, mobile platforms handle figure grew to 56% (46% in December 2019); betting apps accepted over $5 million combined for the first time ever in each of the last two weeks of the month; expected to increase with launch of BetMGM WV (with Greenbrier)

West Virginia – Bill filed in West Virginia Senate to allow bars and restaurants the right to offer betting on sporting events, esports, politics, and entertainment industry events

New York – New York’s four licensed sportsbooks generated total gross gaming revenue of $1.9m during the month of January. This marks a more than 100 per cent increase on December 2019’s gross gaming revenue of $0.8m; Four books generated a revenue of $1,943,351 in January, representing an increase of almost 150% – Resorts World Catskills in Monticello, revenue of $395,659, 507% increase from last month: Rivers Casino and Resort in Schenectady ($778,997), del Lago Resort and Casino in Waterloo ($610,250), and Tioga Downs Casino in Nichols ($158,445).

Oregon – Just in time for Week 2, the Oregon Lottery announced that players would be able to bet on XFL Games – moneyline, spread or total as well as end of season future markets

Turnpike Sports® – S 4 – Ep 7

This week we have our US sports betting update; $160 Million for eSports broadcast; Sacramento Kings’ Amazing App; DraftKings deal with three teams; Dave talks with Matt Rybaltowski (USBets; SportsHandle) about the William Hill/CBS deal and the XFL; Plus Turnpike Sports® By The Numbers & the Book Report(TM).

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#PennsylvaniaGamingControlBoard (@PAGamingControl) Reports Total Revenue Up 17% In #January

HARRISBURG, PA: Figures released today by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board shows total gaming and fantasy contests revenue generated in the Commonwealth during January 2020 was $302,844,383 which represents a 16.94% increase over revenue generated in January 2019.

Sources of gaming revenue regulated by the Board include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, retail and internet sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals. The Board has posted separate reports for these types of gaming on its website.

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#Payback's a Pitch for the #Astros

William Hill has released two props regarding how many times the Astros will be hit by a pitch this season. The total opened at 83.5 and those interested can also bet on the exact number of instances that Houston will be plunked-with 81 to 90 leading the way as a +300 favorite.

Check out the prop bets below.

“The trading team and I are always looking for unique angles that we think will interest sports fans,” William Hill’s Director of Trading Nick Bogdanovich said. “the Astros are the talk of baseball so we wanted to make props that we felt were relevant and timely.”

The 2008 Cleveland Indians set the American League record after they were hit by a pitch a whopping 103 times. And if you think the Astros will shatter that mark, 141 to 150 HBPs offers a 250/1 payout.

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