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Drake Bets $1.15M CAD on Chiefs Moneyline

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Drake has wagered $1.15 million Canadian (roughly $855,000) on the Chiefs to beat the 49ers tonight.

The wager would win about $1.196 million Canadian (about $890,000). Drake cashed in at a price of +104 when he could have easily gotten a better price elsewhere, for what it's worth.

Sportsbooks like FanDuel are hanging this number at roughly +112, which would have netted his bet $1.288 million. And betting exchanges such as Prophet Exchange and Sporttrade are offering this line at about +117.

Drake has publicly wagered on the last two Super Bowls.

Last season, he bet on the following, ending the night up $562,000.

  • Chiefs to win (+111). $700,000 to win $777,000
  • Patrick Mahomes to score the first TD (+1400). $50,000 to win $700,000
  • Juju Smith-Schuster to score the first TD (+900). $50,000 to win $450,000
  • Chiefs to win both halves (+400). $50,000 to win $200,000
  • Chiefs to win each quarter (+2000). $30,000 to win $600,000
  • Travis Kelce Super Bowl MVP (+1200). $25,000 to win $300,000
  • Super Bowl MVP to be a tight end (+900). $60,000 to win $540,000

The year before, Drake wagered on his friend Odell Beckham Jr. to score at touchdown and go over his receiving total. While Beckham Jr. wasn't able to pass the latter, he did score in the game, netting Drake several hundred thousand dollars.

The musician has a sponsorship deal with Stake, for what it's worth. While the details of the partnership isn't exactly known, sponsors typically profit only their winnings as part of promoting the product.

The crypto-based betting platform is not available in the United States — only in Canada and other countries.

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