Proxy Services for contests taking place in Nevada have been in business for decades. A “Proxy” is needed for those individuals who live outside the state of Nevada that are participating in a contest that requires submissions by an individual that lives in the state of Nevada. Each contestant is charged a fee by the Proxy Service, which is determined by the business. Most proxy services cater to the football contests that take place in Nevada each season, but some also offer services for basketball and other sports as well.
The largest football contest taking place in Nevada is the SuperContest, which takes place at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort. This contest has an entry fee of $1,500 and individuals registering must be 21-years-old. This event had over 1,700 entries in 2015 and it’s believed that close to half of the entries were used by proxy services. According to the Westgate Las Vegas website, all registrations must take place in person at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, and registrants using a proxy service must have their proxy with them at the time of registration.
Listed below are Proxy Services that have been used by VegasInsider.com handicappers and users.
FootballContest.com offers proxy services for the Westgate SuperContest (formerly Las Vegas Hilton) along with information on other football contests in Las Vegas, Nevada. A proxy is required mainly for contestants who live outside the state of Nevada and/or those who need to submit football picks in Las Vegas contests.
ProxyBet.com is an independent company that will be offering proxy services
for the 2017 Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest (formerly known as
the Las Vegas Hilton SuperContest) this season.