These are the first mobile sports bets placed in New York

These are the first mobile sports bets placed in New York


It’s bettor in the Big Apple.

New Yorkers placed their first legal online, in-state sports wagers Saturday morning, the first day mobile sports-betting was allowed in the Empire State.

One gambler was feeling lucky, plunking down $15 on a longshot, six-team, football parlay — which will pay him $1,430.45 if he wins, DraftKings revealed in a tweet.

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The bet was placed at 9:01 a.m., a minute after four casino operators — Caesars Sportsbook, DraftKings, FanDuel and Rush Street Interactive — opened for action.

Another risky parlay was the first bet on the Caesars app, with a user betting $20 to win $233.16 on five European soccer games, the company said in a tweet.

On Rush Street, a pretty confident gambler placed $500

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