Last Monday’s opening marked the first time a Stevens sports book will operate outside of his casino lineup, which includes the Golden Gate and The D on Fremont Street.
“We are thrilled to open a new Circa Sports satellite book right before March Hoops begins,” said Derek Stevens. “Our location at Tuscany enhances the convenience to fund an account with Circa Sports and reach a broader range of customers.”
The Tuscany sports book will remain in the space that housed the former William Hill book, across from Pub 365, near the main casino entrance. The reimagined space offers three windows and two kiosks, with a design seamlessly integrated into Tuscany’s Northern Italian-inspired ambiance.
It is much smaller than the Circa Las Vegas sports book, a multi-level, 1,000-seat facility with a 78 million-pixel TV screen that can show two-dozen sporting events at once. The downtown Las Vegas book, one of the largest in the world, opened late last year.
Grayson McNees, General Manager of Tuscany, said, “Our partnership with Circa Sports will allow our mutual guests access to an industry leading, innovative product, that places customer service first. We are excited to offer a new destination for locals and tourists.”
Launched in 2019 at Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, the Tuscany expansion is Circa Sports’ fourth satellite book in Nevada. This follows the fall launch of the world’s largest sportsbook at Circa Resort & Casino, as well as a location in sister property the D Las Vegas. In July 2020, Circa Sports ventured outside Nevada with the debut of the Circa Sports mobile app in Colorado.