LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Circa Sports to partner with the Tuscany hotel-casino in Las Vegas to launch a rebranded sportsbook set to open in 2021.
The partnership will mark the first expansion for Circa Sports in Las Vegas outside of the downtown area and at a Derek Stevens-owned property.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Tuscany as Circa Sports’ first satellite location in Las Vegas,” said Stevens, Circa Sports founder. “This will open a lot of doors in the market to provide wider sports betting opportunities for customers.”
Stevens' Circa Sports has grown rapidly since its 2019 debut. The company says it aims to deliver a betting menu that appeals to all bettors while offering some of the best odds in the country.
"We are excited about this relationship, with the level of product that Circa provides and second to none customer service, partnered with our ease of access location we believe we can be a top sportsbook destination," said Brett Heers, CEO of Tuscany hotel-casino.
The reimagined sportsbook space at the Tuscany property is expected to open in March 2021.
“Tuscany does a wonderful job of combining ease of access for players with an overall great casino atmosphere. We view this partnership as a key moment for Circa Sports as we work toward it becoming one of the premier sports betting brands in the Las Vegas valley," said Matt Metcalf, Circa Sports sportsbook director.
Circa Sports debuted a mobile app in Colorado over the summer and the company plans to continue to grow with the Oct. 28 opening of the Circa Resort - featuring the world’s largest sportsbook.
The partnership is scheduled to officially begin on March 1, 2021.