Super Bowl Hype!

Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner and the excitement could not be bigger for sports fans! It’s everyone’s favorite Sunday of the year where friends and family come together and wait for the game, Halftime show, and even the commercials.

The Super Bowl is bound to generate a huge amount of revenue for Sportsbooks, with estimates that the number of money being wagered could top well over $10 Billion.

Breaking Down the Geographic Growth

Since the previous Super Bowl, Kansas, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Maryland have legalized sports betting. While the home of the Kansas City Chiefs lies on the border of Missouri and Kansas, it’s assumed many fans will be going over to Kansas to wager bets.

With a bulk of Eagles fans residing in the highest sports gambling revenue region being: New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, the amount wagered in this concentrated region is due to go sky high! Along with Massachusetts which has been one of the largest NFL markets in the country, this will add a huge addition to revenue changes compared to the last Super Bowl.

Betting Tips: Enjoy the unique prop bets not usually given on other games. The Super Bowl prop bets have always been a fun element with things like the color of the Gatorade being poured on the winning coach. This is always a great moment for sports fans.

Champions League Playoffs

The 3 month wait for the most prestigious club tournament in Soccer is officially back next week! After a unique season with the World Cup taking place in the middle of the Club season, fans should expect the excitement of UEFA Champions League to come in full strength.

The Round of 16 will see two legs being played between the following matches:

  • Paris Saint Germain vs Bayern Munich
  • AC Milan Vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • Club Brugge vs Benfica
  • Borussia Dortmund vs Chelsea
  • Eintracht Frankfurt vs Napoli
  • Liverpool vs Real Madrid
  • RB Leipzig vs Man City
  • Inter Milan vs Porto

Meeting of Previous Champions League Finalist

The two most anticipated matches will be repeats of previous final matches.

Paris Saint Germain vs Bayern Munich

Bayern beat PSG in the 2020 final to lift the trophy. The superstar filled PSG will be without French star Kylian Mbappe as he is facing an injury for a few weeks. After winning a World Cup, Argentine superstar Lionel Messi will be on the hunt to continue his unbelievable year.

Real Madrid vs Liverpool

Madrid have defeated Liverpool in the final both in 2018 and the previous season, 2022. Liverpool have struggled heavily this season and in their current form could be in deep trouble against the mighty Madrid.

Betting Tips: Soccer moneyline is always tricky the first leg because there won’t be extra time, try avoiding Moneyline bets for the first matches and instead wager on who will win the series matchup.