Ohio sports gambling numbers tumble in February – Ohio

Written by on April 2, 2024

(The Center Square) – Ohio in February compared to January took in more than 60% less in taxes on the backs of sports gamblers who wagered nearly 20% less.

Industry experts, however, believe the fall is typical.

Ohio gamblers bet $672 million in February, $140 million less than in January, and the state took in $13.4 million in taxes. In January, Ohio reaped more than $22 million in taxes.

It was the lowest tax output since November.

“The typical ebbs and flows of the American sports betting calendar reared their ugly . . .

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