Golden Gate Casino announced that it will launch its own sportsbook in June. The announcement came after the Nevada Gaming Commission approved the casino’s sportsbook license last Thursday.
The casino company told gambling industry
reporters that it will operate several sportsbooks under its own Circa Sports brand. Some of the company’s properties include The Golden Gate, Circa Resort, and the D. At present, the D has a small sportsbook and the Golden Gate has a kiosk run by William Hill.
With the new license, Golden Gate Casino will now run the sportsbooks on its own. The D owner Derek Stevens
told pay per head
experts that that Circa will have the biggest screen when it opens in December of 2020. His plan is to air all major sporting events at the three-story bookie facility.
Golden Gate Casino Sportsbook License
The casino company plans to open its first sportsbook at the Golden Gate on June 1. The new sportsbook will have 18 screens, two betting kiosks, and an LED board to display the betting odds.
Once the sportsbook opens at the Golden Gate Casino, Circa Sport will launch its mobile sports betting app. It will compete against the existing bookies and sportsbook pay per head
operators in the state.
Stevens is a famous sports bettor. He said Circa Sports at the Circa Resort and Casino will provide traditional bookie experience combined with advanced technology. He wants to provide competitive lines, as well as a comprehensive handicappers library. His goal is to have a one-stop-shop for sports betting. The flagship retail location will also have a television studio.
Although the sportsbook at the Golden Gate Casino will be smaller, it will have its distinct character. The company told bookie pay per head
providers that once people enter the sportsbook, they will sense there’s action inside.