LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Tampa Bay wasn't the only big winner Sunday.
Nevada sportsbooks handled more than $136 million in wagers on Super Bowl LV between the Buccaneers and Chiefs, according to unaudited figures from the state's Gaming Control Board.
That figure is down about $18.6 million from last year's big game between Kansas City and San Francisco, which saw about $154.7 million in wagers.
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It's also the lowest amount of money wagered on a Super Bowl in Nevada since 2016, when Denver played Carolina, per the Gaming Control Board's figures.
Books in the state won about $12.6 million from Sunday's game, a hold percentage of 9.2%.
The hold is down from the $18.8 million won from 2020's football championship, but it's the fourth-highest win for the books in the last 10 years in terms of money and hold percentage.