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Circa in the News | 1-28-21 to 2-3-21

Circa in the News 1-28-21 to 2-3-21

 

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VSiN Rolls Out Supersized Super Bowl Coverage Plan by Will Galvez of Barrett Sports Media

“A LIVE BetCast throughout the entire game to analyze the twists and turns with a focus on how it impacts sports bettors. VSiN’s team of experts will break down rapidly changing betting lines and odds to give viewers the actionable data they need to inform wagering decisions in real-time. Hosts and special guests will also join the raucous crowds from Stadium Swim at the Circa Casino for a mid-game check of the betting markets.

 

VSiN has big plans for the NFL’s Big Game by Erik Gibbs of CalvinAyre.com

Sports gamblers will want to check out VSiN’s live BetCast during the Super Bowl. This will be hosted by the network’s gambling experts, who will analyze the game from a gambling perspective as it happens. In addition, VSiN plans on having its in-house crew running live events for the network’s halftime show, which will give an update on how the gambling markets are running. These shows are expected to be held at the South Point Hotel & Casino, Circa Resort, and Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, MGM Grand in Detroit, BetRivers in suburban Chicago and the Borgata in Atlantic City.

 

Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas won’t be quite the same this year by Bailey Schulz of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“The Big Game won’t be quite so big in Las Vegas this year. Super Bowl Sunday, historically one of the busiest weekends in Las Vegas, is expected to fall short of its typical visitation and spending numbers. Foot traffic has yet to catch up to 2019 levels because of the pandemic, and casino floors are still operating under a 25 percent occupancy cap.

‘It’s going to be a lot different than the last 20 years,’ said Derek Stevens, owner of downtown’s newest property, Circa. ‘I think everyone’s trying to make adjustments as much as possible. ‘We’ll have a lot of 50-person events in various ballrooms, a lot of smaller group events.’

 

There’s so many ways to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday in Las Vegas by Ken Miller of Las Vegas Magazine

Calling it an ‘epic takeover’ in Super Bowl fun, owner Derek Stevens guarantees ‘the time of your life’ at Circa Resort & Casino’s sportsbook, Circa | Sports, boasting a 78-million-pixel, high-def screen. Choose from four VIP experiences: Club Upper (a bird’s-eye view), Club Lower (for medium-to-large groups), Champions Club (plenty of family-style seating) and Legends Club (directly in front of the screen). With each package, enjoy all the food and beverage from Circa restaurants you can handle!

Circa keeps the party going to Stadium Swim, featuring a 14-million-megapixel screen. Packages range from The G.O.A.T., where you get two magnum bottles of select spirits, a magnum bottle of champagne, a case of beer, 12 Red Bulls and three food platters, to Sideline Passes, offering a choice between three beers or one pitcher of a select specialty cocktail.

 

Dine and drink differently at Las Vegas’ lounges by Kiko Miyasato of Las Vegas Magazine

“For another throwback design perfectly executed, the 1960s- and ’70s-inspired lounge at Barry’s Downtown Prime at Circa Resort & Casino deserves a visit. A living room-type environment like Giada, it just begs you to order a classic gin martini and relax while the sounds of Sinatra play in the background.

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