The Westgate SuperBook bills itself as America’s Best Bet and it would appear that soon, they’re hoping to become New Jersey’s best bet.
As far back as 2018, when sports betting first was legalized across the USA, the owners of the Westgate SuperBook began discussing plans to expand across the country.
The world’s largest sportsbook, covering 30,000 square feet, the Westgate SuperBook is situated in the Westgate Resort just east of the Las Vegas strip.
Already, they’ve expanded their empire into Colorado. The industry giant stepped beyond Nevada for the first time in history, partnering with Lodge Casino in Black Hawk on both a retail sportsbook and a mobile sports app.
Is Superbook App coming to NJ?
If Colorado was the test market, the trial balloon so to speak, New Jersey would be the money shot – literally. Since New Jersey went live with sports betting in 2018, the state’s numbers in terms of handle and revenue generated have rivaled the mighty powerhouse of American sports betting that is Nevada.
Exactly when the Westgate SuperBook might make their move into New Jersey remains uncertain. In New Jersey, online sports betting sites must be attached to a retail brick and mortar sportsbook.
Currently, they aren’t listed as holding a sports betting license by New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement. On the SuperBook website, it quietly says “New Jersey – coming soon.”
Industry insiders insist it’s only a matter of time until this move is made. So let’s take a look at exactly what New Jersey sports bettors can expect from the Westgate SuperBook.
They boast of having the largest wagering menu around. In terms of betting lines, bettors can play spreads, moneylines, teasers, props, parlays, almost any type of wager imaginable.
The betting markets run deep as well. The staples you’d expect – the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL – are all there. Beyond the standard, bettors can put down wagers on rugby, auto racing, golf, soccer, tennis and UFC, among numerous other options.
The Westgate SuperBook is best known for its NFL SuperContest. A season-long handicapping competition, even with its $1,500 entry free it still draws thousands of competitors each year.
Players are required to pick five games each week against the spread with one point awarded per correct pick and a half-point for every push. The points leader after 17 regular season weeks takes home the grand prize. Last season, that amounted to $1.46 million.
As Westgate moves into more markets, the plan is to work with state regulators to ensure that the NFL SuperContest can also be part of that state’s wagering options.
The Westgate SuperBook mobile app works with both iOS and Android devices.
What type of bonuses and promo codes Superbook will offer NJ bettors is unknown at this point. Our review will be updated once we have received more info.