LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Sunday was the first oppurtunity for residents in Arkansas to legally place wagers on the Super Bowl in Arkansas.
The DFA Racing Commission gatherd the total wagered on the game at the three casinos in the state.
More than $705,000 was legally wagered on the Super Bowl.
Oaklawn , Saracen and Southland the three licensed casinos all recently launched their sportbooks allowing for the introduction of sports betting in Arkansas.
According to rules associated with the Amendment 100 requires sports wagers to be placed on site at a casino.