Spokane Tribe Casino partners with Caesars to create a sportsbook

Spokane Tribe Casino partners with Caesars to create a sportsbook

Spokane Tribe Casino in Washington State has announced the latest phase of a multi-stage expansion project, announcing an exclusive arrangement with Caesars Entertainment to provide the facility with its sportsbook product. 

Spokane Tribe – Caesars Entertainment Pact

The Spokane Tribe of an Indian-owned and operated venue says the agreement hopes to bring a Caesars Sportsbook site within the real-money casino, which will offer retail sports betting to patrons.

The property has previously expanded the casino floor and added a separate poker room, as well as a variety of slot machines and themed areas. The third phase of the project’s development will include the addition of a hotel, convention center, eating, retail outlets, an entertainment center, and a cultural center, with a projected completion date of 2025. Additionally, the relationship enables us to attract a new sort of guest while expanding the gaming opportunities available to all gamers.

When Caesars Sportsbook at Spokane Tribe Casino opens, it will also include a new food choice in its designated location within the casino. The current phase of expansion is scheduled to conclude in time for Super Bowl LVI.

Quotes from the Press Release

“We’re thrilled to join with Caesars Sportsbook to offer in-person sports betting in our new state-of-the-art sportsbook, which will be powered by Caesars’ betting platforms, which allow hundreds of options to gamble on sports,” said Javier De La Rosa, general manager of the Spokane Tribe Casino.

“As we near the end of our first phase of expansion, this collaboration is critical for us as a developing casino,” Spokane Tribe of Indians Chair Carol Evans noted.


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