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Massachusetts smashes sports activities having a bet revenue file in January.

Massachusetts recorded $71.1m (£56.5m/€66m) in taxable sports betting revenue for January, smashing the previous record of $61m. Massachusetts’ January revenue was a remarkable 17% increase on the previous highest month, set back in May 2023. Handle fell just 1.1% short of December’s $658.7m record, still accumulating $651.7m in what was another strong month for Massachusetts’

Massachusetts November earnings – are we seeing ESPN Bet’s first surge?.

Massachusetts’ gaming revenue dropped during November despite seeing its monthly sports betting handle record smashed. More interestingly however, was Penn Interactive’s surge in wagers. Casino takings were pretty much flat compared to the previous month according to figures released by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. However, a good month for punters saw sports betting accrual win

Penn outlines ESPN Bet Massachusetts operations.

Chris Rogers, chief strategy officer at Penn Entertainment, has outlined how Penn and ESPN will operate the highly-anticipated ESPN Bet in Massachusetts. Rogers presented the operating plan during a public meeting of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) on 7 November. The meeting was held to review Penn Entertainment’s divesture of Barstool and its $1.5bn deal

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