The Super Bowl with legalized sports was likely one Garden State bookmakers might require to forget.
New-jersey Sports-books lost a net $4.5 million on the New England Patriots‘ 13-3 triumph within the Los Angeles Rams in Superbowl LIII, according to numbers released Monday by the Department of Gaming Enforcement.
Just under $ 3-5 million has been bet at nj Sports-books, which opened for business for the first time at racetracks and casinos. In their initial six months operating, nj novels accepted higher than a 1 billion in bets and won a 72 million, however, their way wasn’t gone by Sunday.
DraftKings said it took 300,000 bets on the Super Bowl and finished up enduring a loss in”only over seven figures” on the game. While online publication BetStars told ESPN that it won over the game fanDuel, SugarHouse and also William Hill’s New Jersey sportsbooks reported losses on the Super Bowl.
“If our clients are winning, then we’re winning,” that a DraftKings spokesman said regarding the loss.
Although the amount dipped in vegas, nevada Sports-books fared better. Nevada novels earned $10.7 million over the 145.9 million wagered on the Super Bowl, their nation gaming control announced Monday. The 145.9 million bet on the Super Bowl could be the second most ever in Nevada, but down almost 8 percent from a year’s album of $158.45 million wagered on the game between the Philadelphia Eagles along with Patriots.
Considering that Super Bowl Sports-books have opened in Delaware, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and West Virginia. Nevada remains by far the biggest sports gambling market within the U.S., though.
“Nevada’s handle amounts were very good in December and January,” Art Manteris that a 40-year vegas veteran book maker now a vice president at Station Casinos, said. “Personally, I am not astonished in any way. Our properties were our hotel capacity has been amazing, and also the crowds at all 16 Sports-books were at capacity.”
Jay Kornegay, director for also a 25-plus-year vegas bookmaker and SuperBook USA , did not think the additional states caused the drop in handle offering sports gambling and agreed with Manteris. Kornegay noted that a customer who gamble $ 8 million to $10 million failed to put as much in drama with this season and pointed to fatigue.
The 10.7 million triumph Nevada came from futures bets on the odds to get the Super Bowl and proposition wagers compared to the upshot of the game. The actions was lopsided on The Patriots at which two of three reported seven-figure wagers were on the underdog Rams.
Since Nevada Gambling Control began tracking the gambling activity on the Super Bowl in 1991, their country’s Sports-books have suffered just two net losses (2009: Giants-Patriots and 1995: Chargers-49ers).