The data released by the Michigan Gaming Control Board has revealed a decline in sports betting performance in the state for November.
Michigan sports betting revenue took a hit from $51.4 million to $42.7 million in November. More generally, in terms of the amount that was made in wagers at sportsbooks in the state, there was also a decline from $480 million in October to $479 million in November.
While the total handle reduced in November, it’s important to note that the casinos' cumulative performance in November is still the third-highest amount in 2022. Only January’s $496 million and October’s $480 million total handles are higher.