On paper, Barstool arguably had the worst performance out of any of Indiana's 11 online/mobile sportsbooks during the month of June.
Fiscal Year 2020 saw sports betting generate a paltry amount for Indiana coffers, but the activity is just stretching its legs in the state.
The historical horse racing machines were deemed illegal by the Kentucky Supreme Court last year, and now people want their money back.
WynnBET looks to climb out of the lower rungs of Indiana's online sports gambling handle rankings with a marketing deal with the Reds.
Barstool Sportsbook in Indiana handled $6,324,270 in roughly half of May after it launched, good for No. 7 out of 12 in the market.
PlayUp, a fledgling sportsbook in the U.S., announced that through Caesars it has obtained market access to the state of Indiana.
A "systems error" allowed 32 underage gamblers to sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook accounts in Indiana, but the system worked to prevent play.
Sports betting and high demand for gambling in general propelled Indiana's gaming industry to a revenue figure not seen in a decade.