Circa Sports, the Las Vegas-based sports betting operator, expanded its presence further by opening its newest sportsbook in Northern Nevada.
Circa Sports Opens New Sportsbook at Legends Bay Casino
The new Circa Sports venue is at Olympia Gaming’s new Legends Bay Casino, located in Sparks, Nevada. The sportsbook offers 60-inch TVs, as well as comfortable seats with power outlets and can fit approximately 140 visitors. What’s more, the sportsbook features a big 10-foot by 15-foot video board on which visitors can see live odds. Circa Sports’ new location is open daily with working hours set between 8 AM and 10 PM.
“This is a momentous occasion for Northern Nevada. Derek Stevens and his team at Circa Sports have been excellent partners in helping us deliver a sports betting offering worthy of this property.”
Garry Goett, CEO and chairman of Olympia Companies
Garry Goett, Olympia Companies’ CEO and chairman, revealed that the opening of the new Circa Sports outlet marks an important moment for northern Nevada. Moreover, he pointed out that Circa’s CEO, Derek Stevens, and the company’s dedicated team of professionals proved to be good partners. In conclusion, Goett said: “We look forward to ushering in a new era for Sparks together.”
The Company Is Excited to Open a New Location
Circa Sports’ CEO, Derek Stevens, added that the company is excited to welcome guests to its new sportsbook located at Legends Bay Casino. He explained that the recent launch of the retail location further expands the company’s presence in Northern Nevada. According to Stevens, visitors of the new sportsbook can benefit from accessing the best odds in the country.
“We are thrilled to welcome guests to our Circa Sports sportsbook at Legends Bay and expand our offerings to northern Nevada.”
Derek Stevens, CEO at Circa Sports
Besides best odds, visitors of the new venue can also benefit from the highest limits and also choose to wager on some of the biggest contests including the Survivor Pro Football Contest and Circa Sports Million, which offer a combined $12 million in prizes.
The opening ceremony attracted gaming executives, politicians and guests from northern and southern Nevada. Among the guests was Governor Steve Sisolak. Sharing his excitement, he thanked Circa Sports’ CEO for “bringing his gaming and sports betting know-how from Las Vegas to Sparks.”