Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino has completed a $5m revamp of its new BetRivers Sportsbook, which is hoped will reflect Rivers’ branding and the upcoming transition from SugarHouse Casino to Rivers Casino Philadelphia

The revamps include an all-new 5,700-square-foot space which will feature a viewing area alongside club chairs and table seating for approximately 115 guests and a state-of-the-art 56.5-foot by 10.5-foot LED central monitor which will be accompanied by eight additional 80-inch flat-screen, high-definition monitors.

The sportsbook also includes 22 self-service betting kiosks and six betting windows. Food and beverage service, including text-to-order menus, is available.

“The brand-new BetRivers Sportsbook is a must-see venue for every passionate Philly fan,” said Rob Long, general manager of SugarHouse Casino. “If they can’t make it to the game, our guests will love watching the action in Philadelphia’s ultimate game-day destination.”

In addition to SugarHouse Casino’s transition to Rivers Casino Philadelphia, its mobile and online sportsbook and casino,, will transition to in Pennsylvania.

Just last week, Wells Fargo Center debuted the Sports Lounge and the Rivers Casino Philadelphia Sports Lounge which complement the new BetRivers Sportsbook.

The new lounges form the basis of a multiyear partnership between the casino,, the Wells Fargo Center and the Philadelphia Flyers.

“We made sure the new BetRivers Sportsbook and the sports lounges at the Wells Fargo Center have everything Philadelphia sports fans need to have fun with their friends, enjoy the games and get in on the action,” said Mattias Stetz, COO of Rush Street Interactive, the operator of the in-casino and online sportsbooks for SugarHouse, soon to be Rivers Casino Philadelphia. 

“Rush Street Interactive is a proven leader in sports betting, and we know guests will be thrilled with the new in-casino sportsbook and when playing on their mobile devices in the lounges.”