The William Hill sportsbook at Las Vegas’ Circus Circus is to benefit from renovation work once February’s Super Bowl has finished. It is anticipated that the project will be completed in time for the onset of the NCAA basketball tournament.
News of the refurbishment program was confirmed by William Hill CEO Joe Asher. It will include uprated video screens and odds boards, as well as improved seating. Moreover, bettors will have access to the firm’s mobile app, new kiosks and in-play wagering.
In a press statement, Asher commented: “The north end of the Strip has so many new and updated offerings opening over the next few years and we’re excited to plant another flag in this part of town.”
William Hill took over sportsbook operations in the wake of Phil Ruffin’s $825m purchase of the casino last month following the Nevada Gaming Commission’s approval of the deal with MGM Resorts International.
Resorts World Las Vegas will open over the next two years, adding to the growth of Las Vegas on the north end of The Strip, with the full project representing an investment of circa $4.3bn. Completion is expected by the first half of 2021.