In April, 2022, players in the state of New Hampshire bet $73.1 million on sports events, according to the Lottery. This was up 57.7% year on year (ie. compared to the same month last year).

The amount was 7.2% lower than what state gamblers bet during March 2022, when they spent $78.8 million. 

This is a breakdown of gambling activity in New Hampshire in April 2022

  • Most wagers were made through the DraftKings mobile app. Players spent $60.5 million via this platform.
  • The remaining $12.7 million was spent via the retail sportsbooks in Seabrook, Dover and Manchester – all operated by DraftKings.
  • Revenue reached $3.4 billion in April, slightly higher than the revenue reported in April last year.
  • Most of the revenue generated originated from mobile betting. The rest came from retail betting.
  • The state of New Hampshire generated some $1.5 million in tax from sports betting in April. 

New Hampshire became the 16th state to introduce legal and regulated sports betting in July 2019, and the first bet was placed in December that same year. 

The industry is overseen by the New Hampshire Lottery Commission in accordance with the laws of the state.

Players can bet on multiple local and international sports, including live, in game betting and pool.