Published: September 1, 2023

The Virginia Lottery today released its report on sports wagering activity submitted by licensed operators for the month of July 2023.

Between July 1 and July 31, 2023, Virginians wagered $293,611,789 (“handle”), 10.4% higher than last July.  A complete list of all approved operators can be found here, under the “approvals” tab.

Virginia bettors won a total of $261,140,393 for a combined 11.06% operators win percentage (“hold”). 

State law places a 15% tax on sports betting activity based on each permit holder’s adjusted gross revenue (AGR), which is defined as total wagers minus total winnings and other authorized deductions.



Mobile Operators

Casino Retail Activity



Gross sports gaming revenues




Gross winnings




Allowable Bonuses and Promotions




Other deductions




AGR (Adjusted Gross Revenue)





Of the state tax on sports betting AGR, the statute specifies 97.5 percent is to be deposited in the state’s General Fund and 2.5 percent is to be deposited into the Problem Gambling Treatment and Support Fund administered by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. 

Twelve operators reported net positive AGR for July, leading to $4.1 million in tax payments for the month:


Monthly Taxes

Total Tax


General Fund Allocation


Problem Gambling Treatment and

Support Fund Allocation


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