Gamblers in Nevada wagered $154.7 million on this year’s Super Bowl.
That’s an increase from last year but still below the high set in 2018.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board released its Super Bowl betting figures on Tuesday, a day later than expected, because of technical difficulties with one of its licensees collecting and reporting betting data.
The Nevada totals were the highest in the nation.
The sports books there won nearly $18.8 million for a hold percentage of 12.1%. New Jersey saw $54.2 million in bets and Pennsylvania handled $30.7 million.
Fourteen states now offer legal sports betting.