TI Las Vegas Builds New, Larger Sportsbook
Replacing a much smaller venue, the Treasure Island resort in Las Vegas has built a new sportsbook and bar with five times the capacity. The expanded Golden Circle Sportsbook is located on the casino floor.
Treasure Island has built a new and expanded Golden Circle Sportsbook and Bar. Located on the casino floor, the venue can accommodate more than 750 fans within its 12,000 square feet, five times the capacity of the sportsbook it replaced.
Betting kiosks will be available 24 hours a day, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal. Patrons can order food between Noon and 10 p.m., from appetizers to main courses. The sportsbook also features blackjack and roulette stations.
“In wanting to provide the best viewing and gambling experience for our guests, we’ve upped the ante on our sports betting operation,” Treasure Island owner Phil Ruffin said.
In addition, the casino eliminated its mobile betting option, which has been out of commission since the coronavirus pandemic shutdown.
The end of the app and the takeover of sportsbooks of CG Technology and Caesars Entertainment by William Hill U.S. leaves nine mobile apps available for bettors in Las Vegas: B Connected (Boyd Gaming), BetMGM, Circa Sports, Golden Nugget, South Point, Station Casinos, Westgate, William Hill and Wynn.