How BettorOff Can Help MA Gamblers Make Better Super Bowl Wagers

Written By Kris Johnson on February 7, 2023
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As Massachusetts sports bettors prepare to legally wager on their first Super Bowl, there’s endless information out there to navigate.

BettorOff is here to help.

With more than 25,000 users now since launching in February 2022, the social media platform designed for sports bettors can assist with your Super Bowl 57 selections on Chiefs vs. Eagles. BettorOff tracks and verifies every user’s selections and updates them in real-time on the “Leaderboard” section of its app.

“The leaderboard is a true reflection of who does and doesn’t know,” BettorOff CEO and co-founder Alex Dubin told PlayMA. “It’s all dynamic in real-time and you can sort it by sport, bet type, or time period. If your goal is to find the people who know, I would recommend the leaderboard.

“All of the picks that are made on our platform are tracked and stored on the blockchain, so they are immutable.”

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Perhaps you fancy yourself as a pro when it comes to making picks. BettorOff’s value proposition for those looking to sell their selections involves no upfront risk. You’re free to price your own plays. Winners can ask for more based on their past performance, and BettorOff provides all relevant data for each user.

The key metric here is weighted win percentage, a proprietary stat BettorOff created that factors in units wagered, odds taken, and return on investment instead of just winning percentage.

“Win percentage as a raw statistic especially in sports betting, I think, is outdated,” Dubin said. “I look at it similar to how we look at wins for pitchers. It doesn’t tell the whole story. The stat nerd community places more value on what we call weighted win percentage.

Create Your Own Group Contest for Super Bowl 57

What’s better than competing with friends and family when you’re watching the Super Bowl? BettorOff allows users to create their own group contests, and they are completely customizable. Let the trash talk begin.

Let’s say you’d like to offer the spread and total along with 12 Super Bowl props. Anybody who joins your group will make those picks on the app, and leaderboard updates will take place on a real-time basis until the final results are available at game’s end.

This is a great way to up the ante on Super Bowl Squares contests and entertain guests at your party for the Big Game.

What Other Sports Does BettorOff Offer?

The bad news for football fans is that Super Bowl 57 marks the end of the season and the beginning of a long offseason. BettorOff has you covered with college basketball as we head into March Madness. You’ll also find the NBA, NHL, and MLB among its offerings.

Here’s the complete list of sports currently offered:

  • NFL
  • NBA
  • College basketball
  • College football
  • NHL
  • MLB
  • UFC
  • PGA Tour
  • English Premier League
  • Bundesliga
  • LaLiga
  • Ligue 1
  • Serie A
  • Champions League
  • Europa League
  • MLS

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Dubin noted that BettorOff is working on adding F1, Moto GP, WTA and ATP tennis, horse racing, and esports this year. There is also an emphasis on adding more women’s sports in the future.

Dubin was asked to give a pitch on why someone should use BettorOff and what they can expect to receive in return.

“All of the data and none of the BS,” he said. “If you’re considering using it to sell your picks, all of the upside and none of the risk.”

BettorOff’s app is available at the App Store for iOS users. Android users can download the app at Google Play Store. It’s free to use but in-app purchases are required to access certain channels.

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Kris Johnson is a Lead Writer at PlayMA with more than 15 years of experience as a sports journalist. Kris' work has appeared in Sports Business Daily, Sports Business Journal, NASCAR Illustrated, and more. Kris also authored a sports betting novel entitled The Endgame.

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