. Arizona Could See More Than $60 Million In Super Bowl Bets

Arizona Could See More Than $60 Million In Super Bowl Bets

Written By Adam Hensley on January 30, 2023
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The SuperBowl is weeks away, and experts predict the big game will bring a bountiful harvest for the Arizona sports betting industry.

Arizona will become the first position to sponsor the NFL championship when Super Bowl LVII kicks off on February 12. And along with the step, there will be sky-high range projections.

In October – the latest figures from the Arizona Department of Gaming – Arizona sportsbooks saw more than $618 million in bets. The number is the second highest for a single month since the state legalized the sector.

But with the biggest sporting event in North America taking place in Glendale, industry figures believe a record-setting month is just around the corner. PlayInAZ predicts the state could see $63 million in Super Bowl betting this year. Arizona books saw $55 million in Big Game bets last year.

That number isn’t so far-fetched when you look at the numbers from the last fiscal year. Arizona sports bettors wagered $1.5 billion during that time frame.

There are many Super Bowl gaming options.

On Super Bowl Sunday, every casino will be on its a-game.

Sportsbooks are aware that bettors want more than the standard point spread, moneyline, and point overall wagers. In February, the casino will offer tons of options for hungry bettors, with a focus on Caesars.

Phoenix was informed by Caesars’ David Grolman on FOX 10:

We have more than 2, 000 ways to wager on the Super Bowl, & ldquo. We have a property plate with 600 various prop bets when we release. Will the coin flip be heads or tails for everything from & lsquo? Will the first report serve as a security for Andrsquo and Andlsqua? & rsquo, also known as

Arizona’s most significant financial effect from the previous Super Bowl was,

The fourth Super Bowl to be played in Arizona is in 2023. The second occurred in 2008, when the New York Giants defeated the Patriots of New England. The next occurred when the Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks in 2025.

The Big Game in 2015 game generated a $700 million economic impact, according to a study by the Arizona State’s W.P. Carey School of Business. At the time, it was the most profitable Super Bowl game in NFL history.

According to the transfer, the 2015 Super Bowl has had the biggest financial effects of any event that has ever taken place in Arizona.

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According to Boan, March 2022 was Arizona & rsquo, the biggest sports betting handle. Given that the NCAA Tournament takes place at that time, it & rsquo is not necessarily a surprise. The playoffs for college basketball is currently in full swing, and it appears that everyone is putting together gain brackets. Around the Big Dance, a number of sportsbooks also advertised special offers.

Arizona is completely involved in sports wagering.

Arizona legalized sports betting in September 2021. Since then, it’s proven to be a major hit, with at least 18 sportsbooks available to bettors.

The state immediately embraced the business. it went live. BetMGMArizona operates a sportsbook at State Farm Stadium – the home of Super Bowl LVII.

FanDuel, the state’s second-most popular sportsbook in terms of October handle, owns a 7,400-square-foot retail sportsbook in Phoenix located at the Footprint Center. DraftKings will open a sportsbook at TPCScottsdale later this year.

Professional teams got into the action, too. The Arizona Coyotes are sponsored by Gila River Casino.

Sports betting on October increased by more than$ 100 million YOY.

The sports betting handle at October & rsquo has grown profitably year over year. In particular, the numbers for 2022 andrsquo increased by$ 132 million from 2021.

According to a discharge from ADG director Ted Vogt, the sports betting market in Arizona is distinct and continues to expand. I’m interested to see how the Super Bowl LVII and the Phoenix Waste Management Open will affect the state & rsquo’s sports betting industry in the upcoming months. & rdquo,

There are many Super Bowl games in Arizona before offset.

Earlier this month, the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and the NFL announced a handful of activities for fans.

Chandler, Mesa, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe will host Super Bowl activities.

For instance, chef Bobby Flay will host a tailgate in Glendale on Feb. 12. The NFL hosts its awards show in Scottsdale on Feb. 9. Shaq’s Super Bowl Fun Houseparty takes place on Feb. 10 in Scottsdale, too.

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Hensley, Adam is a journalist from Des Moines, Iowa, who currently works for the USA Today Network. His byline has appeared in the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated and sites within the USA Today Network. Hensley graduated from the University of Iowa in 2019 and spent his college career working for the Daily Iowan’s sports department, both as an editor and reporter.

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