Maryland’s five sportsbooks handled more than $26.9 million in bets in April, and paid out more than $24 million to bettors, Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced Tuesday. Casinos brought in $2.7 million from the April wagers. Following the deduction of promotional plays and other amounts, the state receives a 15% tax on those winnings. That tax totaled $415,801 last month, the agency said.
MD Sportsbooks Handle $26.9M, State Receives $415K Contribution
May 11, 2022