INDIANAPOLIS — The second month of legal sports betting in Indiana saw wagers totaling nearly $92 million, according to data collected by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
A total of $91.7 million was wagered in October, nearly $60 million more than in September.
Mobile sports betting arrived Oct. 3 and accounted for $48 million in sports bets, according to the IGC.
Football was the most popular sport among bettors, responsible for more than $41 million.
Sports betting also generated nearly $1 million in tax revenue in October.
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