Another online sportsbook joined the growing Maryland sports betting market.
SuperBook made its debut for Maryland sports betting last week. The sportsbook is the ninth online operator to go live in the state. There are 60 possible online sportsbook skins available in Maryland.
Maryland online sportsbooks launched Thanksgiving weekend 2022 and took $370.3 million in wagers during March. The state collected a record $5.3 million in taxes off $35.4 million in adjusted sports betting revenue.
Maryland sportsbooks picking up steam
There are now nine live online sportsbooks in Maryland, including:
- Barstool Sportsbook
- Betfred Sportsbook
- Caesars Sportsbook
- DraftKings Sportsbook
- FanDuel Sportsbook
Additional online sportsbooks are waiting for launch, including a license awarded to Veterans Service Corporation. The VSC entered into an agreement with Bee-Fee Limited for an online sportsbook.
Gaming Innovation Group is qualified as a sportsbook operator for Crab Sports Maryland. BallyBet and WynnBet are also qualified for licenses.
Maryland sports betting in-person market
Along with the eight online operators that launched before SuperBook, there are 10 in-person sportsbooks open in Maryland. The in-person sportsbooks are:
- Bingo World in Brooklyn Park (BetRivers)
- Greenmount Station in Hampstead (BetParx)
- Hollywood Casino in Perryville (Barstool)
- Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore (Caesars)
- Live! Casino in Hanover (FanDuel)
- Long Shot’s in Frederick (Betfred)
- FedEx Field in Landover (Fanatics Sportsbook)
- MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill (BetMGM)
- Ocean Downs Casino in Berlin (TwinSpires)
- Riverboat on the Potomac in Charles County (PointsBet)
Another Long Shot’s, in Hagerstown, is also qualified for an in-person sportsbook.
Other in-person sportsbooks are in the process of opening, including a FanDuel Sportsbook at Sports & Social in North Bethesda. Likewise, Canton Gaming has plans to open BetParx sportsbooks at The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grilles in Canton and Towson.
Changing sports betting climate in Maryland
This year, the Maryland General Assembly passed a bill to limit partnerships between colleges and sportsbooks. The law requires schools to disclose the full terms of partnerships and prevents any commission-based compensation.
An existing partnership between PointsBet and the University of Maryland does not include signup incentives.
Also this spring, NFL owners voted to allow stadium sportsbooks to remain open on game days. For now, the only sportsbook within an NFL stadium is at FedEx Field.