SuperBook Kentucky is expected to be among the sportsbooks to launch when Kentucky sports betting goes live. Read on to learn everything you need to know about the SuperBook Kentucky promo code, app review, and more.
While we don't know what the SuperBook Kentucky promo code will be, the SuperBook welcome promotion nets bettors a very enticing sign-up bonus - and it's expected to be one of the strongest offers in the state. The brand is expected to match the amount of a new user's first bet up to $1,000 dollars. This competitive Kentucky sportsbook promo is one that you can't pass up.
No, SuperBook is not legal in Kentucky yet. However, the brand is expected to be among the Kentucky sports betting apps and sites to go live whenever the market opens.
While we aren't 100% sure when SuperBook will be legal in Kentucky, the earliest that sportsbooks could go live in The Bluegrass State is late 2023 or early 2024. We'll get more information on a concrete launch date later this year.
What features are SuperBook Kentucky expected to bring to The Bluegrass State? Below, find some of the brand's popular features that can be expected in KY.
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 Kentucky yet. There's a strong chance that the brand will be live in The Bluegrass State given the recent passage of sports betting legislation, which allows for up to 27 sports betting licenses in Kentucky.
Blake Weishaar is commercial editor and fact-checker at BetKentucky.com. With nearly a decade of experience in the gambling industry as a writer and editor, he has covered the forefront of the booming sports betting industry, including the repeal of PASPA in 2018. He is committed to ensuring readers have the most up-to-date and correct information about Kentucky sports betting.
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