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URVenue To Transform Sportsbook With Circa Partnership by Josh Stewart of InkedIn

UrVenue, a hospitality technology company that drives commerce, improves the guest experience, and monetises the real estate of a resort, has announced a new alliance with Circa, which will exclusively use UrVenue technology for bookings and operations at Circa Sportsbook and Stadium Swim. Circa transforms the sportsbook and pool experience by contactless and self-service possibilities by using UrVenue’s booking and venue management platform as a requirement to comply with today’s COVID-19 security protocols.

Las Vegas Gateway Arches Lit to Lure Visitors to Downtown Casino District by Larry Henry of

The newest addition to Fremont Street is Circa Resort. It is the first hotel-casino built from the ground up in downtown Las Vegas in 40 years. An adults-only resort, Circa opened its gaming areas on Oct. 28. Some of Cicca’s 777 hotel rooms are expected to be available for use in December. Circa owner Derek Stevens owns two other properties downtown, D Las Vegas and the Golden Gate. D Las Vegas recently was chosen as the ‘best’ casino in Las Vegas in a USA Today online readers survey.


Nonprofit sends letter to Gov. Sisolak urging casinos to go smoke-free to prevent shutdown by Tiffany Lane of News 3 Las Vegas

“Officials with newly opened downtown Circa Resort and Casino say they have both non-smoking and smoking options were allowed and ‘Circa has invested heavily in advanced technology designed to pull 100% of its air from outside of the building with no air recirculation like other properties.’


Smoke-Free Policy May Help Avoid Second Casino Closures by Julie Moraine of Gambling News

“The first resort on the Las Vegas Strip to become smoke-free was Park MGM, after its re-opening in September, while the newly-opened Circa Resort and Casino offer both options. Officials from the new gaming property claim a new technology pulls 100% of the air from outside of the building, offering an air circulation not seen in another property so far.

Friends with Benefits: Mike Peña of Circa Resort & Casino in Las Vegas by Kiko Miyasato of Las Vegas Magazine

“‘We want this to be the absolute best place in the city for anyone who enjoys any type of sports to be able to come to the pool party, hang out in the sun, enjoy the water, the drinks, and being outside,’ Peña says. Stadium Swim is now Peña’s third successful launch in the nightlife-daylife industry—an industry that, after a dozen years, he says his affections have only grown for. ‘It beats the hell outta working in a cubicle. Getting to be outside in the fun, in the sun is far more entertaining. It keeps me intrigued. I definitely want to keep advancing—been doing that since day one that I got into this industry.’

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