Sportsbook Loses $1 Million After Ohtani Won MVP Award

Caesars Sportsbook Loses $1 Million After Ohtani Won MVP Award

Many people celebrated after Shohei Ohtani won MVP award. However, Caesars Sportsbook was not part of the celebration. According to pay per head sportsbook reports, Caesars Sportsbook in Nevada will lose almost a million dollars to pay a bettor.

A player placed a $30,000 bet on the Angels ace to win the AL MVP award last March. According to sportsbook software reviews, it had odds of 30/1. As a result, the bettor will win $900,000. It would be the most extensive loss on a futures bet.

In February, the Angels slugger/pitcher opened at odds of 60/1 to win the Most Valuable Player, and there was a lot of interest. Most players placed wagers on Ohtani to win the honor than other players at most sportsbooks.

Ohtani Won MVP Award

Ohtani bloomed into the top pick in late June and was recorded at – 5000 odds at BetMGM when August moved around.

When Thursday evening’s declaration came around, Ohtani’s winning the American League MVP Award felt like an inevitable result. The Angels star got 46 homers and earned 100 runs. Also, he posted a 9-2 record for a 3.18 ERA on the mound.

Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani won the 2021 American League MVP. Also, he won the honor in a consistent manner. According to sources, Ohtani got each of the thirty first-place votes, bringing about 420 points. Second-place finisher Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was far off with 151 points.

That isn’t particularly shocking given the solitary idea of Ohtani’s age-26 mission. He pitched to a 3.18 ERA/141 ERA+ with 156 strikeouts and 42 inadvertent strolls in 130 1/3 innings. He likewise scored a quality starts in 61 percent of his appearances on the mound. As a batter, Ohtani cut .257/.372/.592 (158 OPS+) with 46 grand slams. In addition, he led the MLB with eight triples.

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