The match between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals in the LVI Super Cup has been productive for many football fans. But, according to preliminary data released Tuesday by the State Department of Gaming Protection, it was a staunch winner for the sports betting industry in New Jersey.
The stakes for the big game were about $ 143.7 million; it was $ 26 million more than was delivered at last year’s Super Cup. The projected payout to players is $ 135.9 million, giving bookmakers a net win of $ 7.8 million.
So far, unverified revenue figures include New Jersey’s 12 retail sports books and 24 mobile sports betting apps.
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