In perhaps one of the most disappointing “bottlejobs” seen this year, the Detroit Lions lost 31-34 to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL Conference Championship. This loss saw the Lions miss out narrowly on the Super Bowl and set up a meeting between the 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.
For the first time in history, the Super Bowl will be played in the gambling capital of the US, Las Vegas. So, there’s enormous expectations that betting activity will reach all-time highs, and Michigan is set to play an important part in this historic event.
Ahead of the showdown and anticipated gambling surge, Michigan officials are calling on citizens to bet responsibly.