The craze for sports betting is getting bigger every day, and sportsbooks are constantly looking to expand their business. These betting platforms bring hundreds of sports matches and tournaments from around the globe for you to bet on and win big. However, these betting options are not confined to the websites alone, as you can also wager from sportsbooks-supported brick-and-mortar casinos. Earlier this week, the Circa sports betting company signed a partnership with Olympia Gaming to offer its services in its newly built casino.
Circa is a Las Vegas-based sportsbook launched in 2019 by Derek Stevens, a casino owner. The betting company is popular for its premium sports betting location in Las Vegas, with 1,000 seats. The location is a three-story flagship venue that operates 24×7. The sportsbook also has other establishments like Golden Gate and The D Las Vegas in different locations around Las Vegas. The betting company launched its mobile sportsbook in 2022, initially in Colorado and later expanded to Iowa.
The sportsbook offerings from Circa will now be offered in Northern Nevada through a partnership with Olympia Gaming. The company will be establishing a New Casino in the state of Nevada. Named Legends Bay Casino, this establishment will bring gilt-edged facilities for sports betting and gaming options. The agreement between the two companies states that the gamblers at Legends Bay will get access to the mobile sportsbook Circa following its inauguration in the summer of 2022. More details about the partnership and how the app’s offerings will be implemented in the casino will be released in the coming weeks before the launch.
Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa Sports Betting, believes that this partnership with a reputable company like Olympia Gaming would open new avenues for Circa. This deal also marks Circa’s entry to Northern Nevada and a milestone in the platform’s journey. On the other hand, Garry Goett, Chairman and CEO of Olympia Companies, believes Circa will bring the premium experience the casino hopes to provide its customers. Both firms are looking forward to the grand opening of Legends Bay Casino later this year to make a mark on the Northern Nevada gambling industry.
Circa’s expansion plans have proven fruitful for the business ever since the launch of the mobile sportsbook. The firm has already expanded to five casinos around Nevada to offer retail sportsbooks. The sports betting company has already strengthened its foothold in Iowa and Colorado through its mobile app.