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The Super Bowl is not just a game, it’s a cultural phenomenon. Every year, millions of people tune in to watch the biggest game in American football and to see the highly-anticipated halftime show, commercials, and of course, the props. With the annual event comes the opportunity to place bets on everything from the coin toss to the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. But it’s not just traditional sports betting that takes place during the Super Bowl. In recent years, there’s been a surge of interest in Super Bowl-related prop bets and even a market for streaker betting.
Prop bets, short for “proposition bets,” are wagers placed on specific events that may or may not occur during the game. These can include anything from the length of the national anthem to the color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. In recent years, the number of prop bets available for the Super Bowl has grown exponentially. This year, there are over 400 prop bets available for the game, with some sportsbooks offering as many as 800.
Some examples of prop bets include:
These types of bets add an extra level of excitement to the game and give fans an opportunity to engage with the event on a deeper level.
In recent years, there has been a market for streaker betting during the Super Bowl. A streaker is defined as a person who runs onto the field during a live event, usually in the nude. With the increased security measures in place at the Super Bowl, the odds of a streaker making it onto the field are low, but that hasn’t stopped sportsbooks from offering odds on the possibility.
This year, the odds of a streaker making an appearance during the Super Bowl are set at +10000, which means a $100 bet would pay out $10,000 if a streaker does run onto the field. While the likelihood of a streaker appearing is low, the potential payout makes it an interesting bet for some.
It may come as a surprise, but there’s also a market for Super Bowl-related betting on adult entertainment websites. These sites offer a variety of prop bets, such as which porn star will be the most searched during the game and which adult film will be rented the most during the game.
It’s important to note that gambling on these types of sites is illegal in most states and can lead to serious legal trouble. Additionally, these sites often operate in unregulated markets, putting users at risk of fraud and other financial crimes.