SuperBook Makes Super-Stealth Entrance Into Tennessee

Posted on April 28, 2022 - Last Updated on April 29, 2022

Volunteer State sports bettors, it’s time to break out your phones. We’ve got a now sportsbook app to download.

SuperBook Sports officially launched its mobile app in Tennessee Wednesday night.

SuperBook Sportsbook launches in Tennessee

SuperBook Sportsbook Tennessee

The Sports Wagering Advisory Council (SWAC) approved SuperBook’s license application last month along with two other operators — Betly and Bally Bet.

After some additional preparation, the brand announced its official launch on Wednesday via Twitter.

SuperBook is already a popular name in Nevada, where it owns the “World’s Largest Sportsbook.” The brand also operates a brick-and-mortar location in Colorado, as well as mobile sportsbooks in Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and New Jersey. Now, Tennessee makes its way onto that mobile list.

SuperBook Sports is now technically the 13th approved operator in Tennessee, though Betly, Bally Bet and Fubo have yet to launch and TwinSpires opted not to renew its license.

As a result, Tennessee bettors currently have nine TN sportsbooks available to wager from.

BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel and Caesars will likely maintain their positions as the state’s favorite sportsbooks. But as SuperBook’s name begins gaining traction in the south, we may very well see it giving these big names a run for their money.

Downloading the SuperBook sportsbook app

Now that sports betting apps are available for download on both Google Play and the App Store, getting set up on a new betting app is easier than ever. Simply hop over to the store compatible with your phone and search for the app.

FYI — if you search the term Superbook alone, you’ll likely be directed to the Superbook Kids Bible. So, unless you’d like Jesus joining you on this betting journey, make sure to search SuperBook Sports.

For reference, its logo looks like this:

SuperBook Tennessee

If you’re having trouble locating it within your device’s marketplace, the app is also available for download via its website.

Make sure to access the Tennessee-specific version of the website or app — the domain features a “TN” at the front, and the logos all read SB Tennessee.

Once at the website, click on the appropriate icon to download the app to your device. To sign up, you’ll then need to input all the normal information such as your name, address, email, security questions and the last four digits of your social security number.

As an additional preventative measure, SuperBook’s registration pages offers transparency about its responsible gaming initiatives.

For instance, the app offers users the ability to set limits on their activity. Moreover, players can implement deposit, loss and time limits as well as schedule a cool-off period or self-exclude for an extended amount of time.

After verifying your new account via email, you’ll be redirected to the sportsbook where you can then log in and make your first deposit.

SuperBook app features

The SuperBook app is designed much like any other traditional sportsbook.

You’ll find options for moneyline wagers, spread bets, over/under wagering, parlay options and much more within this app.

It also features an easy-to-use interface where all your favorite teams are quickly accessible. The page’s left-hand column features tabs for all the most popular sports, along with Tennessee’s four major professional teams:

  • Tennessee Titans
  • Memphis Grizzlies
  • Nashville Predators
  • Nashville Sound

Take a look around and begin exploring the SuperBook Sports app. Tell us what you think, and let us know which bet you’re placing first!

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As a college athlete, Alec Cunningham played Division II golf at Tusculum University. She graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. Alec has spent the last five years working in the music industry as a concert promoter, tour manager and artist developer. As a journalist, she has covered a variety of topics and currently specializes in the Tennessee online sports betting industry.

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