New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Announces Preliminary Super Bowl Wagering Totals

For Immediate Release: February 15, 2022

Office of The Attorney General
– Matthew J. Platkin, Acting Attorney General
Division of Gaming Enforcement
– David Rebuck, Director

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Lee Moore
OAGpress@njoag.gov

ATLANTIC CITY — Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced preliminary wagering data related to the 2022 Super Bowl.

Preliminary wagering statistics reported by Atlantic City Casinos and New Jersey equine racetracks show that wagering on this year’s Super Bowl totaled approximately $143.7 million, with a projected total sports wagering payout of $135.9 million.  This resulted in a win of $7.8 million for the sports wagering books.

Wagering on last year’s Super Bowl totaled approximately $117.4 million with a total sports wagering payout of approximately $106.1 million, resulting in a win of $11.3 million for the sports wagering books.

These unaudited revenue figures include New Jersey’s 12 retail sports books and 24 sports wagering mobile applications.

Click here for the DGE press release on wagering data from last year’s Super Bowl.

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