How the DFS Sites Are Doing: $3.2 Billion in Handle Over Past 12 Months

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Published on:
Oct/19/2017

Legal Sports on Thursday provided a glimpse into how the Daily Fantasy Sports sector has performed over the past year, noting that the numbers are not broken down by operator.

The total amount of handle this past year: $3.2 billion.

The biggest month in terms of handle was November, when the sites saw $419 million in entry fees. The smallest was July, with $164 million.

Here is the data by month:

Month

Handle

September 2016

$341,646,436

October 2016

$359,535,740

November 2016

$419,302,327

December 2016

$376,829,057

January 2017

$337,485,960

February 2017

$182,712,977

March 2017

$232,269,984

April 2017

$247,084,673

May 2017

$209,693,930

June 2017

$180,035,908

July 2017

$164,487,825

August 2017

$177,482,936

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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