The Las Vegas-based sportsbook Circa closed a partnership deal with Full House Resorts. As per the agreement, Circa will be the official sportsbook partner of the yet-to-be-launched American Place entertainment casino from Full House. As the construction for the new casino is ongoing, the sportsbook will offer its services from The Temporary, makeshift casino from the operator located in Illinois.
Circa is one of the most sought-after sportsbooks in the US, with the business currently running in three states. Launched in 2019 by Derek Stevens, the sportsbook made it to the country’s top odd makers list in less than three years. Circa owns a state-of-the-art sportsbook facility in downtown Las Vegas Named Circa Resort and Casino.
The firm also owns several other casino and sportsbook establishments around Las Vegas and the neighboring cities in Nevada like Henderson. Not only that, Circa sportsbooks offerings are given to users in Iowa and Colorado through a gilt-edged mobile app. As the recent reports suggest, the sportsbook is getting ready to enter the midwest state of Illinois with Full House Resorts.
Full House Resorts is a pan-American gambling company that owns and leases gaming facilities. Currently, the company has its establishments in states like Nevada, Mississippi, Indiana, Colorado, and several other states. The company’s current endeavor is an entertainment casino named American Place, which is currently in the development stage in Illinois.
Given the craze for sports betting in recent times, the company has secured a partnership with Circa. Circa’s services will be offered to bettors in Illinois through this partnership. As American Place is still being developed, Circa will offer its services through a makeshift establishment called The Temporary.
The Temporary will have all the amenities needed for sports betting like wagering areas, betting kiosk machines, digital boards, and windows for physical tickets. The establishment will have 36 televisions to broadcast the results instantly. It is the first time Circa has established a physical sportsbook in a state other than Nevada.
In addition to these, Illinois users can also use the Circa mobile app. Using the app, one can register, wager or transfer their funds from anywhere in the state. Once the permanent casino is built, the operations will be expanded to match the establishment’s quality and bring more benefits to users.
CEO Derek Stevens from Circa considers this partnership a new milestone in the journey of the sort book. It is seen as an opportunity to strengthen the ties with users and casinos from the midwest. He also expressed his gratitude towards American Place for their help launching the temporary sportsbook.
In the words of Chief Development Officer Alex Stolyar, Circa and Stevens have been revolutionizing the sports betting sector, and their experience will be key to bringing first-class sportsbook experience to their new establishment.