Caesars Plans a Permanent AC Sportsbook

Caesars will debut permanent Atlantic City sportsbooks in a couple of weeks which would be a part of its Harrah’s and Bally’s Atlantic City casinos. The first of the two permanent sportsbooks will debut within weeks, and it will offer visitors of Atlantic City’s Boardwalk an opportunity to place bets on their favorite teams and enjoy watching games with their friends. This piece of news was reported by The Press of Atlantic City, which cited the info from the representatives of the company that are in the city.

The gambling giant from Las Vegas invested more than $11 million in order to develop the two permanent betting properties which would be located at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and as a part of Wild Wild West Casino at Bally’s Atlantic City. Both casinos already offer temporary sports betting services that they launched less than a year ago. In fact, the two casinos, as well as other casinos in AC, were prepared to launch sports betting as soon as the ban was lifted. However, they immediately knew that the solution for this service was just temporary at that moment, so they immediately began preparing the permanent solution.

However, the two casinos are not the only ones operated by Caesars in AC at the moment, as there is yet another one called Caesars Atlantic City. Although it is connected to Bally’s system, this facility actually does not feature the brick-and-mortar sports betting services that are present in other to casinos run by Caesars. As a matter of fact, Caesars Atlantic City is the only casino on the Boardwalk that actually doesn’t offer any kind of sports betting services.

Harrah’s The Book is estimated to start receiving visitors within the next couple of weeks. However, when it comes to Bally’s facility, it seems that sports betting lovers would have to wait until early June to visit this facility.

The Regional President of Caesars Atlantic City, Kevin Ortzman, stated that they wanted to create a ‘category-killer’ in the AC and that they would do their best to deliver what customers and sports betting lovers had been waiting for. The wait was completed after the ban was lifted, and AC visitors were some of the most impatient bunch who were the most eager to start placing bets last summer. As of this month, they will have an opportunity to enjoy full-time permanent sportsbooks at Caesars’ facilities.

Mr. Ortzman also commented on the scale of the sportsbook that is planned to be a part of Bally’s. He claimed that the property would actually be the single largest sports betting service in South Jersey. The area of the sports book will occupy a total of 15,000 sq ft and will feature a big LED video screen that is 18 ft high and 98 ft long. The screen standing would be the central part of the sportsbook, and even people on Boardwalk who are 100 yards away would be able to watch what is going on on the screen.

One of the most interesting features of the sportsbook will definitely be the five fan caves that will offer a personalized viewing experience, including self-serving beer on taps, dozens of leather recliners, and more. The new sportsbook will allow Wild Wild West Casino to extend its offer of games as well, and, according to Mr. Ortzman, games such as beer pong, table games, video games, and shuffleboard are going to find their place in the casino. In other words, there will be plenty of fun for everyone once the sportsbooks open their doors at the casinos that are run by Caesars.