Indiana’s sports betting bounced back in August thanks to a return of college football and preseason NFL games.
The reopening of the NBA season and start of Major League Baseball jumpstarted Indiana sports betting in July.
Limited professional sports activity in June translated into another weak performance for Indiana’s sportsbooks.
The cancellation of collegiate and professional sports in March because of the coronavirus outbreak cost Indiana’s retail and online sportsbooks about $125 million in wagers.
Summary of articles in the current issue • April-May 2020.
Indiana retail and online sportsbooks brought in $160 million in bets in December.
Indiana’s retail and online sportsbooks collected $91.7 million in bets in October, up 161% from $35.2 million in retail bets in September.