July 10, 2023
Statewide handle totaled nearly $254.5 million
(Baltimore) — Maryland’s 10 retail and 10 mobile sportsbooks combined to generate $2,835,051 in contributions to the state during June 2023. Each sportsbook contributes 15% of its taxable win to the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Fund, which supports public education programs.
Statewide handle in June totaled $254,476,790, with mobile handle accounting for 95.8% of the total at $243,817,173. Mobile wagering delivered $2,743,809 in contributions to the state during June, while retail sportsbooks contributed $91,242.
A detailed summary of each sportsbook, including handle, hold percentage, prizes paid, promotional play, taxable win, and contribution to the state, along with a summary of statewide handle and hold by sport is available for download from the link above. Prior months’ reports are available at mdgaming.com.
Here are the statewide sports wagering totals for June 2023:
Handle (Amount players wagered, including free promotional wagers)
- Retail: $10,659,617 (includes $3,895 in free promotional wagers)
- Mobile: $243,817,173 (includes $7,754,571 in free promotional wagers)
- Combined: $254,476,790
Prizes (Winnings paid to players)
- Retail: $10,025,716
- Mobile: $217,373,956
- Combined: $227,399,672
Hold (Handle less prizes paid)
- Retail: $633,901 (5.9%)
- Mobile: $26,443,217 (10.8%)
- Combined: $27,077,118 (10.6%)
Taxable Win (Amount remaining after deducting prizes, promotional wagers and other amounts)
- Retail: $608,277
- Mobile: $18,292,060
- Combined: $18,900,337
Sports Wagering Tax (15% of the Taxable Win)
- Retail: $91,242
- Mobile: $2,743,809
- Combined: $2,835,051
Since the inception of Maryland’s sports wagering program in December 2021:
- Cumulative contribution to the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Fund: $28,141,705
- Cumulative expired prizes contributed to the Problem Gambling Fund: $2,224,168
Maryland’s sports wagering market launched with five retail locations in December 2021. The first seven mobile sportsbooks launched in November 2022. As of the end of June 2023, there were 10 retail locations and 10 mobile operators. Additional retail locations and mobile sportsbooks are expected to launch in the near future.
About Maryland Lottery and Gaming
Maryland Lottery and Gaming operates the Maryland Lottery and is responsible for regulatory oversight of the state’s casinos and sports wagering program. In its regulatory role, the agency provides direction and guidance to casino and sports wagering operators on financial, security, regulatory and licensing procedures. To keep Marylanders informed and to maintain transparency of casino and sports wagering operations, monthly financial reports are posted on mdgaming.com. Maryland Lottery and Gaming strongly encourages responsible play. Maryland residents can obtain confidential help with a gambling problem at no cost by calling 1-800-GAMBLER or visiting mdgamblinghelp.org.