SuperBook California could be among the sportsbooks to go live when California sports betting launches. Read on to learn everything you need to know about the SuperBook California promo code, app review, and more.
We aren't sure what the SuperBook California promo code will be but we do know that SuperBook could offer its popular welcome bonus in the Golden State. The SuperBook welcome bonus matches the amount of a new user's first bet up to $1,000. This California sportsbook promo is one that you can't pass up.
No, SuperBook is not legal in California yet. However, the brand is live in neighboring states Arizona and Nevada - where SuperBook operates one of the largest retail sportsbooks in the US.
We aren't entirely sure when SuperBook will be legal in California, though the earliest that sportsbooks could go live in the Golden State is 2024 or 2025, and that's the most optimistic outlook.
SuperBook is expected to bring its top features to California. Below, find some of the brand's popular features that can be expected in the Golden State.
SuperBook excels at allowing bettors to place bets on games in progress, also known as live betting. Pulling up the live betting menu gets you the most common options and some of the important info of the game that's in progress (e.g. score, time remaining). The movement of the betting odds is clearly displayed, and it's easy to go deeper into a page that's chock full of live play by play, stats, probabilities and many many more betting options.
No, SuperBook is not legal in California, yet. There's a chance that the brand will be live in the Golden State over the next few years given the recent efforts to pass sports betting legislation in California. For now, fans of SuperBook sportsbook must travel to nearby Nevada or Arizona to bet with the brand.
It will be a while before SuperBook goes live in California given the failed efforts legalize sports betting in the Golden State. In our most optimistic timeline, SuperBook could go live in California by 2024 or 2025, but that would come with an expedited legislative process and no speedbumps.
Blake Weishaar is an experienced writer and editor, having covered the gambling industry for nearly a decade. He currently serves as a commercial editor and fact-checker for BetCalifornia.com and is committed to making sure readers have the most up-to-date and correct information about California's sports betting market.
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