Indiana may be in a bit better spot had sports not shut down for the coronavirus.
The state released the latest sports betting figures last week.
The report shows gamblers placed one-point-two-billion-dollars in bets over the past year.
That’s worth nine-million-dollars in taxes to the state.
The coronavirus obviously slowed betting, but the state says things rebounded last month.
In August, players bet 169-million-dollars.
That’s the third largest month in the state’s betting history.