Mohegan Sun debuted its retail sportsbook in Connecticut on March 5. It came five days before the start of March Madness. Also, the FanDuel-branded sportsbook will have a total floor area of 11,000 square feet.
The Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook, situated in the old Race Book, will be home to a 140-foot video divider, more than 30 high-resolution screens, six clerk windows, 39 wagering booths, a mezzanine level, and a thoroughly stocked bar.
According to sportsbook pay per head reports, the casino held a grand opening celebration with special guests. They include ring commentator Michael Buffer, previous Heavyweight champion Larry Holmes, ex-New England Patriot linemen Dan Koppen and Max “Huge Country” Lane, and former WR Chris Hogan.
Retail Sportsbook in Connecticut
Mohegan Sun GM Brad Bryant said that the FanDuel Sportsbook would be the premier venue to bet on games. Also, players can watch games within the sportsbook. Also, it is one of the most extensive FanDuel Sportsbooks in the United States.
According to price per head sportsbook experts, the new retail sportsbook provides a good sports betting experience while offering high-quality services. Also, Mohegan Sun plans various appearances throughout the year to entice sports fans.
The casino held a soft launch of the sportsbook during Super Bowl Weekend. As per pay per head providers, it gave players a sneak peek of what to expect from the retail sports betting venue. Also, it featured seating for around 220 people, more than 30 high-resolution monitors, a 140-foot TV wall, a full bar, and more.