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This Week in Sports | 10-21-20 to 10-27-20

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Circa sports book is as mind-blowing as advertised by Case Keefer of the Las Vegas Sun

“Anyone visiting what’s being billed as the largest sports book in the world will surely agree — many sci-fi film command centers don’t look as opulent as Stevens’ new venue. The 78 million-pixel screen, which reportedly cost more than $20 million, beams across nearly the entire casino floor, dazzling those who approach with its clarity and contrast.

 

Circa upping the ante for sportsbooks by Bailey Schulz Las Vegas Review-Journal

“The stadium-style venue is described as a “one of a kind betting experience” by Circa sportsbook director Matt Metcalf, with single-seat, cushioned chairs in front of a 78-million-pixel, high-definition screen; a dedicated broadcast studio with real-time, in-depth analyses; and enough room for up to 1,000 bettors. Industry watchers say the glamorous new offering will put pressure on other properties to invest in their sportsbooks, even as the lion’s share of many sportsbooks’ revenue comes from online bets.

 

Circa to open October 28, even in the middle of a pandemic by Kevin Ritter of 3 News Las Vegas

If the 1,000-seat sports betting auditorium at the Circa Resort & Casino doesn’t get you, maybe the six rooftop swimming pools will. ‘We expect more than 4,000 people a day at Stadium Swim,’ hotel co-owner Derek Stevens said during a recent preview of his sun-and-sports property set to open early next Wednesday in downtown Las Vegas.

 

As Online Sports Wagering Dominates During Covid 19, Onsite Wagering Plummets by Larry Gibbs of WSN

“I designated the Westgate Superbook as the “previous” largest sportsbook in the world. Circa Sports, part of Derek Steven’s new Circa Resort and Casino in downtown Las Vegas will lay claim to the title when it plans its grand opening on October 28. It will feature a three-story sportsbook with the biggest prize contests ever offered to players. Also, outside pools at the Circa Resort Hotel will have sports theme restaurants and the nation’s largest screens devoted to 24/7 sports action. In all, an opportunity to test both casual and full-time bettors to leave their homes for a unique experience.

 

Circa Sports Contest Lines + Hotel Update, Mountain West Conference Preview by VSiN

“Derek Stevens joins Matt Youmans, Danielle Alvari and Tim Murray to discuss the opening of the Circa Hotel and announce the Week 7 contest lines. Plus, JVT joins the program to preview the weekend’s Mountain West action.

 

Derek Stevens keynote added to Betting on Sports America – Digital agenda by SBC Americas

Derek Stevens will give delegates at December’s Betting on Sports America – Digital conference the inside track on the soon-to-debut Circa Resort & Casino development that has generated so much excitement in Las Vegas. The Circa Sports owner and CEO will share his insights on the launch of the resort casino and its vast sportsbook during a keynote interview with longtime industry insider Roger Gross, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine.

 

Get A Grip: The Week In Sports Betting: Tennessee Launch And Circa Sportsbook Set To Debut by Brett Smiley of Sports Handle

“‘It’s a one-of-a-kind viewing experience,’ said Jeff Benson, sportsbook operations manager at Circa, when asked what is the defining characteristic of the space. ‘Being able to see every game from every seat in crystal clear view is incredible. When you walk into the sportsbook space it is a WOW moment between the screens, the odds boards, the stadium style seating, and the expansiveness of the room. We believe it to be the best sportsbook in the world and we can’t wait for all of our Circa Sports players to enjoy it with us.’

 

Circa sportsbook welcomes sharp bettors by Jim Barnes of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“At Circa Sports, a cat-and-mouse game is a lot more fun than shooting fish in a barrel. The downtown sportsbook has made a splash since opening in June 2019 at the Golden Gate and the D Las Vegas, welcoming action from sharp bettors, posting the worldwide opening lines for college football and offering often-better futures odds than its competitors. Now, with its flagship sportsbook set to open at the new Circa casino Wednesday, the book hopes more bettors will notice what it has to offer and help make it a leader in the industry. Circa sportsbook director Matt Metcalf, 41, said he has put together a team that revels in mixing it up with sharp bettors instead of severely limiting or banning winners.

 

A gambler at heart: Derek Stevens opening first all-new resort in four decades in downtown Las Vegas by Howard Stutz of the Nevada Independent

Stevens is opening the casino and its three-level sportsbook, restaurants, massive roof-top swimming pool attraction and other public portions just after midnight. He’s holding back on the initial 512 hotel rooms until late December. In true gambler’s style, he’s wagering that interest in Circa will be a welcome relief in the face of a global pandemic that has diminished visitation to Las Vegas and led many analysts to predict a lengthy financial recovery that could leave scars until 2024.

 

Circa Resort & Casino embodies fun and energy of Vegas by Paul Szydelko of Travel Weekly

“In addition to their love of history, the Stevens brothers’ passion for sports is evident in what is touted as the world’s largest sportsbook. It can accommodate up to 1,000 people (once pandemic restrictions are lifted) under its 6,000-square-foot, 78 million-pixel, high-definition screen.

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