It has been described as easier and faster to use by the company, and offers enhanced in-play wagering experience with virtual play-by-play stats, a scoreboard and location of the ball on the field.
“We’re trying to really expand our menu to anything our guests would be looking to bet,” said Jason McCormick, new sportsbook Vice President, as reported by Las Vegas Review-Journal. “We’re doing way more props than we’ve ever done before.” McCormick has worked for Station Casinos for 18 years and formerly served as the Red Rock Resort sportsbook director.
Additional features include improved user experience and visual updates; remote funding options including Play+, PayNearMe and ACH; expanded “buy points” offerings in all football and basketball games; and the ability to deposit funds for both horse racing and sports.
Furthermore, the app also allows the user betting options such as team over-under totals for each game, batting and pitching props for each baseball game, as well as the ability to buy up to two points on the side and total of all football and basketball games.
A new campaign to promote the app has been launched, featuring Instagram comedian Matt Cutshall and McCormick himself.
On his new position as Station’s sportsbook VP, following Art Manteris retirement in May, McCormick said: “It’s like having to replace (Duke coach) Mike Krzyzewski. The guy’s a Hall of Famer and living legend in our industry.”