In September, WV Online Casinos Generated $12M in Revenue for the First Time in 4 Months
Summertime saw a decline in online casino income in WV. Operators did, however, record $12.7 million in income during September. Since June, the Mountain State has not surpassed $12 million in profits.
It’s time for West Virginia online casinos to shine as the sports calendar begins to fill up and the Christmas season draws near.
In September, WV Online Casinos Report Strong Revenue Growth
WV brought in $12 million in income from online WV casinos only once over the last four months, compared to at least $13 million in February, March, and April.
WV’s online casinos eventually resumed their previous patterns of success in September, bringing in $12.7 million. Over the last three months, we saw:
- $12 million in June;
- $11.4 million in July;
- $11.6 million in August.
The $12.7 million in revenue represented an increase of 9.5% month-over-month and 18.7% year-over-year.
Of all licensees, The Greenbrier had the highest income total. The revenue distribution is as follows:
- The Greenbrier – $5.7 million (FanDuel WV Casino, Golden Nugget WV Casino, BetMGM WV Casino);
- Hollywood Casino Charles Town – $4.9 million (PointsBet WV Casino, DraftKings WV Casino, and Barstool WV Casino);
- Mountaineer Casino – $1.9 million (BetRivers WV Casino, Caesars Palace WV Casino);
- Mardi Gras Casino – $247,843 (Betly WV Casino)
The Greenbrier license holders, who operate as a trio, have traditionally been at the top in West Virginia.