New York’s new mobile sports wagering program has taken in what’s being called a record-breaking amount of tax revenue in less than six months. The governor’s office says they’ve received $267 million from sports wagering since January. Most of that will go to education aid, $5 million will fund sports programs for at-risk kids, and $6 million goes to problem gambling education and treatment. Mobile sports wagering accounted for $263 million of that while sports wagering at New York’s four commercial casinos made $4.3 million since July 2019. The state has collected $25 million in license fees from eight mobile sports wagering platform providers, totaling an additional $200 million. More than 2.7 million unique player accounts have been created since January, conducting more than 620 million transactions.