Wagerr posts record numbers for NFL betting action

Crypto sports betting platform Wagerr has published its latest betting report encompassing the period from November 23 through November 29.

The platform reported more than 2 million bets in $WGR on the National Football League (NFL) alone, with another $WGR 685,000 burnt by punters.

The NFL remained a leading driver of interest with the staggering 2 million in $WGR bet on the league and 20% of that amount ending up burnt.

The total amount wagered across the platform, though, was much higher, with some 5.4 million $WGR placed across no fewer than 357 events.

Masternode holders had a lot to be happy about after they turned a decent 25 $WGR profit on the burning process that took place over the week. In terms of FIAT currency, the USD value of the wagered amount was $177,214.

The biggest burn came on the Indianapolis Colts, an NFL franchise, with $WGR -235,732 burnt. The biggest mint was generated on the Los Angeles Rams, another NFL squad, and the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Rams saw the most action, some $WGR 463,330  in total.

Overall, betting activity on Wagerr has been steady with no significant lows or highs. Wagerr has been posting consistently good reports over the past few weeks, carried on by the return of the National Football League, but also European soccer competitions.

However, most of the action has now shifted to American sports, with the NBA expected to return later in December.

If you are looking for other worthwhile sports betting portals to visit, you may consider Sportsbet.io and Cloudbet.com which are both excellent choices.

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