Arizona’s already-crowded mobile sports betting space has welcomed two new platforms in the last four days as SuperBook Sports launched on Dec. 17, and Fubo Sportsbook went live on Dec. 20. There are now 11 mobile sports platforms for bettors within the state.
SuperBook Sports launched its mobile sports betting platform by announcing its “friends and family launch” via Twitter. It had been teasing the launch for a few days before going live. Fubo’s launch on Monday came without any advance notice as it moves into its second market after having gone live in Iowa in November.
SuperBook Sports and Fubo Sportsbook join the nine platforms already operating in the state:
- DraftKings Arizona
- BetMGM Arizona
- Caesars Arizona
- BetRivers Arizona
- FanDuel Arizona
- Unibet Arizona
- Barstool Sportsbook
Superbook Sports Mobile Betting App Now Live In Four States
SuperBook Sports now has online sportsbooks available in Nevada, Colorado, and New Jersey in addition to Arizona.
SuperBook Sports is partnered with the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe within the state of Arizona. The Fort Mohave Indian Tribe operates Spirit Mountain Casino in Mohave Valley, Arizona. SuperBook is based at the Westgate Las Vegas, billing itself as the largest sportsbook in the world. SuperBook also has a retail facility in Colorado.
Looking to make its presence felt and gain a foothold in a crowded marketplace, SuperBook is offering a 100% match of your initial deposit into your SuperBook Arizona account up to $750 and you don’t need a promo code to receive the match. The Bonus Vouchers are applied to 50% of your cash wager and will be credited into your account within 24 hours.
SuperBook is also offering a bonus on certain NBA bets on Tuesdays and NHL bets on Thursdays with details available on their website. An initial attempt at making new bettors a winner didn’t pay off for those wagering on the Arizona Cardinals to beat the Detroit Lions on Sunday. SuperBook announced it was boosting odds on the Cardinals to win from -900 to Even, but the Lions pulled one of the season’s biggest upsets.
Fubo Sportsbook Planning To Launch In More States
A subsidiary of live streaming TV platform fuboTV, Fubo Gaming has a partnership with Arizona’s Ak-Chin Indian Community. Fubo Sportsbook is designed to integrate its owned-and-operated sports betting platform with live TV streaming, including its proprietary feature, Watching Now, which leverages fuboTV’s first-party user data to recommend relevant bets based on the game they are streaming.
While currently operating in just two states, Fubo Gaming has obtained market access agreements in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and New Jersey and will expand into those states upon receiving regulatory approvals.
Those signing up at Fubo Sportsbook from within Arizona will receive a welcome offer now that the site has gone live.