Super Bowl 2014 Sets Gambling Record [VIDEO]
This years New Jersey Super Bowl not only set a ratings record, but a wagering record as well as 119.4 million dollars was wagered on the “Big Game.”
Unaudited tallies showed sportsbooks made an unprecedented profit of $19.7 million on the action, the Gaming Control Board announced Monday. That’s millions more than the past three Super Bowl wins combined.
The record numbers come from a game in the state of New Jersey, that has been fighting for legalized sports betting.
The last record for casino win was set in 2005, when sports books won $15.4 million.
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