New York is in the process of allowing casinos to take bets on sporting events, but punching in a wager on your phone may not be coming soon.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a radio interview on Monday said he was skeptical about the economic impact of legalizing mobile sports betting.

“Sports betting, first of all, does not make you much money,” he said on WAMC’s The Roundtable, noting New Jersey’s sports betting program generates about $13 million in revenue.

“Thirteen million dollars is something like a rounding error in our budget,” Cuomo said.

Commercial casinos will soon be able to operate sports books at their locations based on regulations being developed by gaming regulators.

Some lawmakers have sought to expand sports betting to include mobile devices, with one provision included in the Senate’s budget resolution. Cuomo, however, did not include the measure.

“I don’t think the economic benefit is there,” he said.