Bettors set a record by wagering $185.6 million on Sunday’s Super Bowl at Nevada’s sportsbooks.
Unaudited figures were released Tuesday for Kansas City’s 25-22 overtime win against San Francisco.
The amount eclipsed the state’s previous high for a Super Bowl, set in 2022, by nearly $6 million, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Nevada’s 182 sportsbooks recorded a $6.8 million win on the game, per the figures obtained by ESPN.
The Chiefs’ victory over the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII came in the first Super Bowl ever held in Las Vegas.
–Field Level Media
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