New Hampshire Players Wagered More Than $7.1 Million on the Super Bowl


Concord, NH – New Hampshire players and sports fans were rewarded for their faith in Tom Brady, as the New Hampshire Lottery has paid out more than $8.8 million in winnings from Super Bowl wagers. The New Hampshire Lottery estimates New Hampshire players wagered more than $7.1 million on this year’s Super Bowl, with more than 81-percent of wagers placed on the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Super Bowl betting was up by nearly $5 million compared to last year, when betting totaled $2.31 million.

“Sports fans across New England know you cannot bet against Tom Brady, even if it is a little bittersweet watching him lead a different team to a Super Bowl championship. We want to congratulate our players for remaining loyal to the GOAT and for winning big in this year’s Super Bowl,” said Charlie McIntyre, Executive Director, New Hampshire Lottery. “With players betting more than $7.1 million, the volume of wagering on the Super Bowl speaks for itself. We are pleased to see the continued enthusiastic response to sports betting here in New Hampshire and we are excited to continue building momentum with this still relatively new product.”

New Hampshire players also scored big wins with a number of prop bets for the game. Some of the most popular Tampa Bay Super Bowl bets by New Hampshire players included betting Tom Brady to win the Super Bowl MVP award and picking Rob Gronkowski to either score a touchdown or to score the game’s first touchdown. Brady did win his fifth Super Bowl MVP award and Rob Gronkowski did score the game’s first touchdown as well.

New Hampshire residents can download the DraftKings Sportsbook app to place wagers through DraftKings, which is the exclusive digital operator in New Hampshire. Sports fans can place bets on the DraftKings Sportsbook app via iOS and Android or online at

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