By Josh Resnek
Sports betting in Massachusetts amounted to $546M in April with taxes paid to the state over $11.7M, according to a report released by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Of the six major sports betting operations licensed to operate in Massachusetts, DraftKings by far and away drew the most betters and accrued the largest amount of sales.
DraftKings came in at $283M for April. FanDuel came in second with $172M.
Bet MGM was third with $42M.
WynnBet was next to last with $22.8M.
Barstool Sportsbook took in $24M.
And in last place was Caesars Sportsbook, with 19.4 million.
Encore Boston Harbor did about $8M in wages, according to MGC. Plainridge Park and Casino took in 3.3M and MGM Springfield took in 1.6M.