Del Lago Casino Get $83K in Profits Within Three Days
It has been three days since the del Lago Casino has opened the new DraftKings sportsbook in their facility and it’s already seeing a rise in profits. Within three days of opening the casino reported a $83k revenue for sports betting.
The professional and college football season have not properly begun and already bettors have started placing wagers. This is the second highest revenue for opening week of sports betting at a casino. The Rivers Casino as well as the Resort in Schenectady $168, 743 in sports betting revenue.
Resorts World Catskills, is another gambling facility that started taking sports bets in the previous week. It reported a revenue of $27,836 from sports wagers. In the previous month Tioga Downs Casino was opened and sports wagers brought in $13,632. The sportsbook in del Lago takes up 6,000-saquare-foot area at the towards the back of the casino. As a bettor you will find a lot of self-service kiosks to place wagers.
No Online Sports Betting for del Lago Casino
While the casino accepts sports bets on site bettors won’t be able to place mobile sports bets or online bets. However, in other states such as New Jersey, mobile sports betting is allowed. New Jersey has reported that a lot of wagers came from mobile sports betting.
The Del Lago casino hopes that it will receive mobile sports wagers in the future. Peninsula Pacific which owns the Del Lago casino. The managing partner, M. Brent Stevens, told the media that mobile sports betting would certainly improve revenue and make it easier for bettors to place wagers.
The casino plans to access a broader market of bettors in the New York state. Bettors who are go to the Del Lago casino for sports betting will be able to find betting lines on big sporting events. They will also be able to watch live games from large LED screens.
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