Indiana sports betting handle had a huge jump for November, it went from 60.6% in October to $147.3 million in November. Those numbers have sports enthusiasts and sponsors of the state sports betting bill jumping for joy. DraftKing Sportsbook was the top producer in Indiana for November. They took in $64.1 million in bets for the month of November. DraftKings Sportbook was the top producer in October with the phenomenal numbers they had in November, they keep the number 1 mobile platform provider spot.

FanDuel Sportsbook secured the second spot with $23.7 million in sports bets for November. BetRivers had a total of $8.4 million in bets for November which lands them in the number three slot. Most experts predict that apps that handle sports betting will be the clear top performer in Indiana. Mobile bets in November in Indiana totaled $96.2 million, which accounts for nearly %65 of all bets in November.

Sports Betting On Mobile Apps In Indiana Is Up By %13 In November

Sports betting on mobile apps had an impressive month in November, with numbers that improved by 13% from October to November. The success of legalized sports betting in Indiana has been outstanding, and an indicator that it was wanted by the vast majority in Indiana or a long time. Currently, New Jersey is that state bringing in the highest percentages of sports betting on mobile devices, with it being 80% in November.

Pennsylvania also saw around 80% shares for sports betting on mobile apps for November. Sports betting analysts have said that Indiana is headed in the same direction as New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The sports betting on mobile apps grew steadily from month to month in Pennsylvania. Another reason or the huge numbers in Indiana may be due to another issue.

Illinois Where Sports Betting Still Hasn’t launched May Be Contributing To Indiana’s  Numbers

The Windy City and the rest of Illinois still doesn’t have  legalized sports betting up and running
Gaming experts are saying it would be too far fetched to not just assume that Chicago and other cities where it’s not legal, maybe be casting their bets in Indiana driving up the numbers. Horseshoe Hammond Casino is located just 20 miles from Chicago but is located in Horseshoe, IN.

Experts say they are certain that a casino is attracting record numbers of visitors from Chicago. Horseshoe secured the top spot for sports betting at a retail location. The casino is owned by Caesars is seeing huge gains with NFL sports betting, but they will be the first to admit that Illinois still remains on the sidelines as far as sports betting. As they are on the side, casinos and other locations, are really making bank with Illinois and population heavy Chicago not being able to indulge legally. The Ameristar East Chicago Casino is about 30 miles from Chicago and came in third with retail locations that provide sports betting.