Delaware’s online gaming market is yet to see a major boost from its liquidity sharing agreement with Nevada, with revenue rising only marginally month-on-month and falling 29 per cent year-on-year.

Total net revenue across the state’s three licensed iGaming brands increased by 2 per cent from February to $146,188 in March.

A significant increase in amounts wagered, up 38 per cent month-on-month to $4.8m, was offset by equally strong growth in player wins, up 39 per cent to $3.4m. Total deposits were also down from March 2014, falling 10 per cent.

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