LAS VEGAS — Indiana’s sportsbooks slowed to their lowest volume in nearly a year, but it was still enough to push the state’s lifetime handle past $4 billion – $3 billion of which has come over the last 12 months.

July’s slowdown came during what is historically the month with the lowest sports betting volume in the U.S., a pattern that continued even as the NBA Finals and first week of the Olympics gave this July an unusually busy sports calendar, according to PlayIndiana, which tracks the state’s gaming industry.

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