All About Kansas Sports Betting Handle And Revenue

The experts at have assembled this guide to explain what we mean when we talk about Kansas sports betting revenue and sportsbook handle that the state reports each month.

There is an active market with many online or mobile operators as well as a growing number of retail sports wagering options at brick-and-mortar casinos in the Sunflower State.

When reports refer to handle, that means the total money wagered each month on sports in the state. In Kansas, hundreds of millions of dollars monthly are bet on sporting events. From the time legal sports betting launched in September 2022 in Kansas to early 2023, legal, regulated sports bets were placed with both online sportsbooks as well as in person at one of four physical casinos.

The vast majority of sports wagers are placed online by customers using Kansas sportsbook apps.

The Kansas online gambling revenue on sports refers to the amount that operators have left after they pay out winning bets. From there, bookmakers pay 10% tax to the state on the adjusted gross revenue.

Kansas Sports Betting, April vs March


Total handle

Mobile Handle

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Down 24.0%

Down 23.5%

Up 45.6%

Kansas Sports Betting Handle and Revenue: April 2024

The spring sports betting swoon has started for Kansas as the state reported a handle of $192,085,924 for April, a figure that was down 24% from March. However, it was not all bad news for the operators, who reported revenues of $10,403,947, which represented a 45.6% increase from March. Similarly, Kansas reported a 45.6% month-to-month increase in sports betting taxes as the Sunflower State received $1,040,396 in April.

In addition, Kansas sports betting continues to see significant year-to-year growth in terms of total wagering. Last month’s handle represented a 52.1% increase from the $126,251,069 that was bet in the state during April 2023.

Mobile wagering continued to dominate the market. The six online Kansas sports betting operators were responsible for taking $185,915,557 in wagers, or nearly 97% of the total April handle. DraftKings reported the largest handle, taking $84,340,075 in April. FanDuel followed with $60,747416, while ESPN BET accepted $13,986,205 in bets. BetMGM had the fourth-highest total with $13,749,983, with Caesars taking $6,645,471 and Fanatics handling $6,446,407.

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