The state of Indiana saw its best month ever when it comes to sports gambling.
The Indiana Gaming Commission says Hoosiers wagered $207 million in sports betting in the month of September, beating the previous one-month high of $187 million set in February — right before the pandemic hit and sports were put on hold.
All of those bets turned into more than $10 million of tax revenue for the state.
Football was the most popular sport to bet one, followed by the NBA and MLB.
Analysts for PlayIndiana.com tell Inside Indiana Business they expect numbers to be even higher at the end of this month.