After players won back $212.9m – up from $193.3m in October – gross revenue for November was up 5.5% at $18.4m. 

After adjustments such as bonus promotions and the 0.25% federal excise tax on betting handle, net sports betting proceeds (revenue) actually fell month-over-month, dropping 6.9% to $9.0m. This resulted in total taxes of $793,820.04 for the state. 

Online dominated the market, accounting for $226.9m – or 98.1% – of handle, and $17.6m (or 96.2%) of GGR.

In a month in which the National Football League was in action, professional football was the most popular sport by far, accounting for $88.4m of amounts wagered. 

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