Caesars is opening a Highmark Stadium bookie business. It is part of its deal with the Buffalo Bills. Also, the sports betting lounge will open on September 19 in time for the Bills game against the Tennessee Titans.
The lounge will have the look and feel of a sportsbook based at a casino. However, it will not have any kiosks or windows. Instead, players place wagers via the Caesars app. New York legislation limits in-person betting to tribal casinos. On the other hand, players can use mobile apps to wager on sports if they are within state borders.
This previous end of the week, the Arizona Cardinals and BetMGM revealed the NFL’s most memorable arena sportsbook at State Homestead Arena in Arizona. Next, the Cleveland Browns are dealing with a comparative endeavor with Bally Bet for January. That’s when Ohio launches sports wagering. Lastly, the Washington Commanders applied for a stadium sportsbook with the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Commission.
Highmark Stadium Bookie Business
The Caesars sports betting lounge will be in the northwest corner tower of the Business Class Club. According to bookie software experts, the company hopes people use the lounge during the game.
In other gambling industry news, Caesars will launch its Sportsbook and Casino Truck on Monday. It will go around the US. However, they will only tour states with legal sports betting markets. It is the second year that Caesars has been doing the Truck tour.
According to sportsbook pay per head sources, the 18-wheeler truck has a podcast and production studio. It will produce content from Caesars partners ESPN, CBS Sports, and Omaha Production.