S unday's Super Bowl LV bets in New Jersey more than doubled from last year's game, according to preliminary wagering data from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Wagering on this year’s Super Bowl totaled approximately $117.4 million, with a projected total sports wagering payout of $106.1 million. This resulted in a win of $11.3 million for the sports wagering books, the DGE said Monday, as reported by The Press of Atlantic City. The total wagering reflects a 116% increase over wagering from the 2020 Super Bowl, which was $54.3 million. Revenue figures this year include New Jersey’s 12 retail sportsbooks and 21 sports wagering mobile applications, the DGE said. Last year, preliminary wagering statistics reported by Atlantic City casinos and New Jersey horse tracks showed that wagering on Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl totaled approximately $54.3 million and with a projected total sports wagering payout of $58,568,699, the DGE said. This resulted in a loss of $4.28 million, which represented a negative hold percentage of 7.8%, the DGE said. Those revenue figures included New Jersey’s 10 retail sports books and 19 sports wagering mobile applications. .
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