FanDuel Leads Arizona Sports Betting In June Handle, Revenue

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Arizona sports betting

Arizona sports betting handle reached $393.1 million in June, a 23% increase over the same month last year ($318.7 million.)

FanDuel handled $147.6 million between its online app and in-person sportsbook at the Footprint Center, home of the Phoenix Suns.

According to figures released last week by the state Department of Gaming, FanDuel’s 38% share of AZ sports betting handle was tops in the market for June.

Online AZ sports betting handle in June

DraftKings accepted $111.3 million in June bets, good for 29% of all online betting dollars during the month.

It is consistent with the share of handle it received in May.

No other sports betting app in Arizona accepted more than $56 million in June bets.

Caesars extends streak of handle gains

Caesars handled $39.8 million online, inching up its share of online handle for the third consecutive month:

With $55.7 million in June handle, BetMGM earned 14% of the online market.

WynnBet to end AZ sports betting app

WynnBet accepted $3.6 million in online bets in June, its lowest monthly total in Arizona this year.

It accounted for less than 1% of all Arizona sports betting dollars.

Parent company Wynn Resorts announced earlier this month it will close its online WynnBet operations in Arizona and seven other US markets.

WynnBet against the competition

In Arizona, WynnBet received 0.91% of online handle and 0.51% of revenue through the year’s first six months.

Across all WynnBet markets where operator-specific data is available, which includes Arizona, the online sportsbook has a 0.97% handle market share and 0.57% of sports betting revenue in 2023.

AZ sports betting by the numbers

Behind $393.1 million in handle, Arizona sports betting operators produced $28.3 million in June revenue. It is a 125% increase over the $12.6 million sportsbooks generated in June 2022.

FanDuel led all operators with more than $12.1 million in revenue for the month.

The Grand Canyon State collected $1.6 million in monthly sports betting taxes.