SuperBook Sports has entered into a new sponsorship agreement with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) athlete Michael Chandler.

The agreement marks the first time that SuperBook Sports has signed a marketing agreement with an active professional athlete.

Chandler is scheduled to fight Justin Gaethje on Saturday, November 6 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Fight fans can bet on the fight on the SuperBook app or website in Colorado, Nevada, and New Jersey. Also, bettors on SuperBook can get a $5 bonus for every knockout, TKO, or DQ on Saturday night if they bet $68 or more on the moneyline of either main event title fight (Kamaru Usman vs. Colby Covington or Rose Namajunas vs. Zhang Weili).

“SuperBook Sports is a great partner and they’re authentic like me. I want my fans and followers to be SuperBook customers. In the crowded world of sports gambling they’re the most proven and trusted brand in the industry,” Chandler said.

As part of the agreement, Chandler will mention SuperBook Sports several times on social media this week to his over one million followers on Twitter and Instagram. Chandler has also done a long interview with Ron Kruck of SuperBook Sports that will be posted this week.

“Our partnership with a talented fighter like Michael Chandler really shows the commitment of SuperBook Sports to UFC fans around the world. And with our $5 knockout special, this shows that SuperBook is the best place in the world to place your UFC bets,” Kristin Mackey, Head of Marketing at SuperBook, said.

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