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State Farm Stadium is getting dressed up for Super Bowl LVII, which will feature a meeting between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The popular matchup is expected to send ticket prices soaring.

After 26 weeks of training camp, preseason, regular season and playoff games, the stage has finally been set for the fourth Arizona Super Bowl in NFL history, with State Farm Stadium in Glendale hosting the first matchup of No. 1 seeds from each conference since 2017. Read more»

The FanDuel Sportsbook at Footprint Center draws a lot of foot traffic in downtown Phoenix as well as visitors coming to sporting events at the arena.

Arizona’s full year with legal sports and fantasy gambling has seen over $5 billion wagered in the state - due in large part to the mobile betting market - bringing in over $30 million to the state general fund from privilege fees and licensing fees alone. Read more»

The FanDuel Sportsbook opened at the Footprint Center on Sept. 9, 2021.

Through the first six months of legalized sports gambling, Arizona's state coffers have yet to cross the $10 million mark, while sportsbooks have made $225 million. Read more»

Sports betting became legal in Arizona on Sept. 9, the opening day of the NFL season. Next year, the Super Bowl in Glendale will be the first played in a state with legal gambling.

This year, the nearly endless opportunities for wagering on Super Bowl LVI are now available for the first time, at least legally, to Arizona gamblers following legislation that passed in September, legalizing sports wagering in the state. Read more»

Betting windows at sporting venues are closer to becoming a reality now that that a sports gambling bill has passed through the Arizona Senate.

The Arizona Senate passed legislation Monday night that paves the way for legalized sports betting in the state, possibly as soon as summer. Senate Bill 1797 and House Bill 2772 were passed with bipartisan support on the new gaming compact, which includes the legalization of daily fantasy sports, and now heads to Gov. Doug Ducey’s desk to become law. Read more»