January Revenue Report
When it comes to Indiana sports betting, so far it is a market that consists of DraftKings, FanDuel, and everyone else.
In November 2019, DraftKings and Ameristar accounted for 47% of the $9.3 million in sports betting revenue. FanDuel and Blue Chip were responsible for 21%. The other 10 operators split the remainder of the market. With BetAmerica joining the online market in December and BetRivers picking up steam though, it is unclear if the duopoly will continue into 2020.
Looking at retail sportsbooks, unsurprisingly, it is the properties near the state line and neighboring big cities like Chicago and Cincinnati that are doing the best. The two Hammond casinos and Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg outpace the rest. Of course, the launch of Illinois sports betting in 2020 could certainly shake up those results this year.