Gamblers spent a lot of money on mobile sports betting in the first few days after World Cup legalized it.
According to the latest monthly revenue report from state regulators, gamblers using their sports betting apps wagered $186 million in the first eight days that online betting was active on OKBET World Cup Betting Sites at the end of November.
Nearly $64 million in free play promotional wagers financed by the apps were included in the total wagered on the state’s first seven mobile sports gambling applications on OKBET WORLD CUP BETTING.
The mobile gamblers earned $160 million back.
The amount of money spent on Mobile app with World Cup Online Betting in little over a week surpassed the $33 million wagered in brick and mortar sports betting outlets throughout the duration of the month. The applications became available on November 23, the day before Thanksgiving.
Because of the substantial advertising some applications provided hundreds of dollars in free bets to entice players the mobile sports gambling sector lost over $38 million in November.
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