Hoosier State suffered a 16.7% decline from the $427.1 million handle in January.
And the state handle was not the only number that fell.
Hoosiers were luckier this month as the hold percentage dropped from 8.5% to 7.7%. Tax revenue also took a hit, falling 18.3% to $2.7 million.
Sports betting in Indiana saw its handle fall 12.7% year-over-year, but state coffers did see a 42% rise in revenue compared to February 2022.
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Between the NFL’s Pro Bowl and Super Bowl, Indiana accepted $20.5 million in wagers — marking a 32% year-over-year drop.
Not surprisingly, basketball was the most popular sport and made up 53% of the statewide handle. Parlay bets came in second, followed by “other”.