The state’s sportsbooks won $12.6 million on $136.1 million in wagers on Super Bowl LV, according to figures released Tuesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Wearing a Chargers hat, mask, jersey, socks and, ahem, boxer shorts that he felt compelled to show a reporter, bettor Steve Rogers marveled at the massive, 78-million-pixel screen.
MGM Resort International’s sports betting platform has been named the first official sports betting partner of the Las Vegas Raiders.
The decline comes as 29 million more American adults have access to legal sports betting in their home state, 54 percent more than at the start of last season.
Wrigley Field could become the second sports venue with a legal sportsbook onsite, but a Las Vegas Stadium Authority lease agreement prohibits that at Allegiant Stadium.
The report, released Tuesday, found the spread of legalized sports betting across the U.S. has opened doors for more Americans to place legal bets on the Super Bowl.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved a set of regulations Wednesday that agency officials say is sufficient to allow sports betting to start.