Super Bowl 2023: setting a betting record


Super Bowl 2023: setting a betting record
Super Bowl 2023: setting a betting record
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Every year, the annual final playoff NFL game becomes the most powerful, iconic, and talked-about sporting event in the United States. In fact, its reputation is hardly confined to the US boundaries; it goes beyond borders all across the world. And it is not only about football itself and the celebration of the sport that Americans love the most; it is also about being a super event that has everything that world-class events have.

The Super Bowl is not only one of the favorite shows for football fans, but it is also one of the favorite events for betting fans. Every sportsbook, whether in the US or all over the world, and every betting site, including bkash betting site and other betting platforms, gets prepared for the annual final game, which generally attracts millions and millions of bets and increases sharply both the number of bets placed and the amounts wagered on the big final.

The popularity of the Super Bowl comes in unthinkable numbers. Betting-wise, the one-off final traditionally generates exceptionally high volumes of bets from punters and this is mostly due to the fact that watching the event is just simply not enough for fans right now. They want more action and more engagement, and this is achieved through betting. Just like what happens with the English Premier League and the fact that fans optimize their engagement and experience by betting on their favorites. This year’s Super Bowl set a betting record, which was nothing like the previous years. Top sportsbooks in the US reported taking way more bets than they anticipated.

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Sportsbook giants reported that they were faced with the highest-ever number of bets in the history of the Super Bowl, while some analysts stated that Super Bowl 57 generated the all-time, all-sport highest bets, setting a new record that will be very difficult to break.

This season’s Super Bowl – Super Bowl LVII- has been one hell of a final for many reasons. First, it was the game itself, a matchup of giants, combat between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles which ended up in a 38-35 win for the Chiefs over the Eagles. We got to see the Chiefs playing two different games – defense and offense. With offense full frontal in the second half, in-play betting rose exponentially, hitting records. After Rihanna’s appearance on the half-time show, which also significantly boosted the viewership and the engagement of fans, betting on moneyline, prop bets, and other bets as well got stunningly hyped, and it is estimated that it was then that it hit record numbers.

Overall, the Super Bowl attracts the interest of all punters from all over the world, but what happened this year was certainly not expected. The American Gaming Association projected a surge in bets, but the reality surpassed their projections.


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Praveen Saraswat
Praveen was born in India. He began writing in 2018, he lives in Agara. He has contributed lots of articles to Scoopearth and another website and the first time he published an article at Scoopearth