Despite being limited to accepting paralay bets, Delaware continues to gather momentum with NFL wagering, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Through 20 weeks, including the NFL preseason, the sports betting business has increased 42.4 percent for the Delaware Lottery to $22 million, compared with $15.4 million through the same period last year.
That jump is likely due to expanding wagering sites to 31 outlets besides the state’s three casinos. Sports wagering in Delaware is restricted to NFL games. Bettors must pick three teams against a point spread. Minimum bets are $2. Here’s the full story.