SuperBook Sports has entered its ninth state in the US with Virginia market entry.
SuperBook’s first foray into mobile sports wagering came with Colorado in 2020. Since then, the company has added Arizona, Iowa, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio and Tennessee to its portfolio.
Virginia sports betting legislation permits a total of eighteen mobile sports wagering sites. SuperBook, after launching earlier in October, has become the 17th in the state.
Richmond casino vote edges ever closer
The capital of the state, Richmond, is just weeks away from a second referendum on a potential land based location in the state after sports betting was legalized. The casino is a $562 million project that promises 1,300 new jobs in the city and a $26.5 million upfront payment to the state.
SuperBook Sports’ CEO and Managing Partner, Mark Lipparelli commented: “We couldn’t be happier with our continued growth. We are thrilled to be live in Virgina and feel confident that we have a great product with a strong history that will become a fast favorite of sports bettors in the region.”
He continued: “Sports fans in the region can find all their favorite teams and get in the action with some of the best sports traditions in the country.”
Kornegay, the Executive Vice President of Race & Sportsbook Operations at SuperBook Sports added: “Going live in Virginia is a perfect complement to our quickly growing business in Maryland. With our heritage and the passion that fans bring in that area, it is sure to be a great fit. We pride ourselves on our expansive menu and will have great offerings for everything from the Commanders to the Ravens and the Nationals to our proud partners, the Orioles.”