How and Where to bet on the Super Bowl in New York
January 13, 2022
The introduction of mobile sports betting in New York came and went with enormous fanfare. Four top-rated sportsbooks (DraftKings, FanDuel, Caesars, and BetRivers) launched on Saturday, Jan 8th, but the 5th amongst the giants, BetMGM sportsbook, was not a part of this.
New York is the largest state to date to open up mobile sports betting. By looking at the enormous promos offered by the four up and running mobile sportsbooks, it is evident that New York is a state that they are taking seriously. Tremendous odds boosts, free bets, and deposit bonuses are available for New Yorkers that want to start wagering on their favorite sports teams.
Want to read more about sports betting in New York? Check out this complete NY sportsbook guide at Ats.io.
New York is already the No #1 state for mobile sports wagering
The huge promo offers seem to have paid off in big style as it took New York only 12 hours to become the number one state in terms of sports handle in a day. After 12 hours from launch on Saturday 8th, New York had 2,5X the handle compared to the previous largest state Pennsylvania.
|State||Total Sport Handle the first 12 hours after NY launch on January 8th, 9 am ET.|
|New York||5,8 million|
|New Jersey||2,1 million|
Betting on the biggest event of the year - The Super Bowl
In a few weeks the Super Bowl is played but before there is the NFL playoffs, leading up to the pinnacle of american football. The number of betting options on the Super bowl are insane but to make it easy for you we have listed the odds on the top 10 favorite teams to win this years Super Bowl 2022. Odds from Fanduel.
Will online casinos become legal in New York?
With the lack of legal online casinos, sports betting is the product that New York residents can enjoy if they want to gamble on legal online gambling sites.
But, will NY online casino gambling at some point become legal in the Empire State? We want to think so and hope that New York will copy the neighboring states, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, where both online sports, poker, and casino is legal.
When this potentially will happen is hard to predict. Still, we would not expect any legalization of online casino gambling in New York before at the earliest 2023 and even more likely sometime in 2024-2025 if it happens at all.