SuperBook Sports celebrates Maryland launch with SuperBook Bar & Restaurant opening

May 10, 2023
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The group will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to commemorate the launch.

Las Vegas-based SuperBook Sports has launched in Maryland. Players statewide can access the SuperBook Sports Maryland app, as well as the company’s website to place wagers.

Maryland joins seven other US states that make up the SuperBook Sports US family. Along with Maryland, the company currently operates in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Jersey, Tennessee, Iowa and Ohio.

To celebrate the recent launch, SuperBook will open its SuperBook Bar & Restaurant at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The new sports bar will feature a 360-degree viewing setup that includes 38 televisions, as well as a 150-inch direct view LED wall.

As part of the festivities, the company will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 12 at noon to commemorate the sports bar’s grand opening.

SuperBook Sports CEO Mark Lipparelli expressed his excitement for the coming Orioles season and described the sports bar’s opening as perfect timing.

He said: "It's an exciting time in sports, especially with the outstanding season the Orioles are having.

“We're delighted to launch SuperBook Sports and our SuperBook Bar & Restaurant for sports fans in Maryland.”

SuperBook has been a part of the sports betting industry since 1986. The company launched its first operation in Las Vegas, Nevada and is known as a prominent sports media outlet source.

Baltimore Orioles Senior VP and CRO TJ Brightman commented on the Maryland launch by saying: "SuperBook is a leader in sports betting in the US and we are excited about this new activation and fan experience at Camden Yards. The SuperBook Bar & Restaurant is state-of-the-art.”


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