New York closed out the month of April with slightly improving legal sports betting mobile handle.
The Empire State hauled in $374.2 million in wagers during the week that ended April 30. It marked the best handle of the month and was an increase of a little over $1 million from the previous week.
For the entire month, New York went over $1.4 billion in handle.
Sports bettors made out better than last week, though, as gross gaming revenue fell from $45 million to $37.8 million with the hold dropping from 13% to 10.1%.
The April 30 week marked the fourth consecutive time the win rate has been over 7%.
FanDuel revenue drops a second consecutive week
FanDuel brought in the most wagers of the betting sites, recording a handle of $150.7 million. That was nearly right at what the mobile operator claimed in the previous week, but gross gaming revenue fell for the second consecutive week, going from $20.7 million to $18 million.
DraftKings saw a healthy increase in handle from $129.3 million the previous week to $137.2 million in the final week of the month. Sports bettors also improved, though, as revenue fell from $15.8 million to $12.2 million.
The April 30 week was good for BetMGM, which saw week-over-week gains with a handle of $25.5 million and revenue up nearly $400,000.
Resorts World Bet, meanwhile, saw its handle plummet 66.5% week-over-week.