Derek Stevens’ Circa Sports, one of the most popular sports betting brands from Las Vegas, is now able to offer its services in the renowned casino-hotel in the city, Silverton Casino Lodge. Thanks to this expansion, Circa Sports reached a milestone of five satellite locations in southern Nevada – but even more important, this is the company’s first location in southwest Las Vegas.
From temporary to permanent book:
This journey will begin with a temporary book, and the permanent sportsbook‘s opening is scheduled for March, which means it will be open for the popular March Mania.
The temporary book is placed just next to the popular Shady Grove Bar and Lounge, in an attractive location in Las Vegas.
The players will be able to enjoy two self-serving betting kiosks, two betting windows, as well as four big TV screens where they will be able to track the odds. On top of that, the bar will be available during the whole day, and big TV screens will be available in order to enjoy watching various games.
The sportsbook will be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. The hours can change on special dates.
Once the permanent book is opened, it will be placed next to Silverton’s parking garage, and all of the visitors will have a space to park their vehicles.
Circa’s permanent sportsbook will be placed across 1.600 square feet of space and will feature various options, especially when it comes to gaming choices. The players will be able to enjoy three betting windows, three self-serving betting kiosks, odds boards, and sheet racks, six tables for four people, and four tables for six people. On top of that, there will be 12 lounge chairs, an advanced Daktronics screen to watch major sports leagues and streaming services, and 22 bar top games that allow the players to explore different ADA seating options.
The renovation process in Silverton Casino Lodge is almost over, and opening a new sportsbook is a part of the process. In the end, the work on the facility cost about $40 million.
The next step is renovation of the backyard and pool, called The Swimmin’ Hole. The renovation will cost about $10 million, and at the end, the facility will feature a dining experience on the poolside, various sports and movie options in the area, as well as cabanas, fire pits, and many more pleasant amenities.
Since Circa Sports is one of the most popular sportsbook in the area, its opening in will surely draw a lot of new customers to the area.