The state of Arizona saw a boost in its January sports betting images, in part because it was the month leading up to the Super Bowl, which was played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. This growth in sports gambling is sweeping the country in states that have legalized smart sports wagering.
With such a massive event taking place in Arizona, it would make sense that Arizona sports betting figures in the state would spike in relation to the Super Bowl getting closer and closer.
But how exactly did Arizona’s activities gambling figures appear in January of this year?
In January, FanDuel Arizona was the best online sports betting service.
In Arizona, online sports betting brought in a total of almost$ 585.5 million in bets in the month of January only, giving its players almost$ 538.5 million worth of winnings.
The winner when it comes to mobile sports betting in the state for the month of January was, without a doubt, FanDuel Arizona, which led the state in wagers placed by nearly $25 million, which is more than 13 of the 17 active mobile sportsbooks took in total wagers. The gap FanDuel has created between itself and the rest of the pack is gargantuan.
Here’s the top six sportsbooks in the state of Arizona ranked by total online sports bets in January.
- FanDuel:$ 195.5 million
- $ 171.5 million, Lotto
- $ 90 million, BetMGM
- Casino:$ 59,000,000
- Sports Barstool:$ 20. 5 million
- $ 20 million in Desert Diamond Mobile
In January, three teams-related wholesale casinos made$ 4.7 million.
In addition to taking the most money in online sports betting bets, FanDuel even took the largest sum in wagers of any financial betting in Arizona during the month of January.
Nearly$ 2.5 million in bets were placed at the FanDuel Sportsbook at Phoenix Suns Footprint Center, nearly twice as much as at State Farm Stadium’s BetMGM sportsbook, which received about$ 1.4 million.
According to the amount of money bet on sports, these are Arizona’s top three wholesale casinos.
- $ 2.5 million from FanDuel( in collaboration with the Phoenix Suns )
- BetMGM:$ 1.4 million( Arizon Cardinals-partnered )
- Caesars:$ 1 million( Arizon Diamondbacks-partnered )
These three sportsbooks are physically situated either inside or inside the team & rsquo,s arenas and have a direct partnership with one of Arizona’s top professional sports franchises.
This means that these retail sportsbooks brought in just under$ 400,000 in revenue, which translated into just over$ 30,000 in Arizona state-funded privilege fees.
Calli Varner / PlayInAZ is the photographer.