Westgate SuperBook Announces Plans to Expand Nationwide

Sep 19, 2018 1:29 PM EDT
  • Westgate's SuperBook brand sportsbook announced it would be expanding across the country with legalized sports gambling being offered in more states.
  • The company believes its history and experience in a highly regulated sports betting market positions it well for nationwide expansion.

On Wednesday, SuperBook — the sportsbook made famous at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas — announced it would be expanding its gaming platform across the country.

With sports gambling legalization coming to more states, Westgate Resorts and Paragon Gaming believe this will give gaming regulators a trusted and experienced partner with which it can work.

This announcement comes a day after another industry leader — William Hill US — announced a partnership with the Vegas Golden Knights.


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Per SuperBook’s press release: “This is the natural next step in the evolution of our industry,” says SuperBook Executive Vice President of Race & Sports Book Operations Jay Kornegay. “We have maintained the highest levels of technology and service in a highly-regulated industry. We have written the playbook, and now we will put it in action across the national field.”

“We are excited to know that our investment in the SuperBook has been extremely successful, and this venture is now prepared to expand nationwide,” adds David Siegel, Westgate Resorts Founder, President and CEO. “We look forward to the future success of our SuperBook brand at locations across the nation as it continues to grow and set new standards for the sports betting landscape.”

Credit:

June 5, 2018; Stanton, DE, USA; Ivan Dinh of Wilmington places his bet. At 1:30 p.m. today Tuesday, June 5, 2018, Delaware launches the country’s first full-scale sports betting operation outside of Nevada as people roll into the Casino at Delaware Park in Stanton, Del. to wager their bets. Mandatory Credit: Suchat Pederson/The News Journal via USA TODAY NETWORK

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