Caesars Entertainment has offered an early glimpse of how its new sportsbook, sports bar and broadcast studio outside Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, will look via artist renderings released this week.
The exclusive sports betting and daily fantasy partner of MLB outfit is scheduled to open the new facility in early 2022. Located at the former Game 7 Grill space outside of the stadium, the two-story venue will feature indoor and outdoor seating options including two floors of sports betting space, a full-service bar and VIP lounge, and wall-to-wall TVs.
While it won’t be accessible to fans while they attend a D-backs game, they can still place bets via the Caesars Sportsbook mobile app. The space will be open year-round, not just on game days, and will have flexible hours of operation to cater to specific sporting events.
When sports betting becomes available in the state on September 9, fans can make a bet at Chase Field at ticket windows 21-25, marking the first MLB stadium where sports fans can place an in-person wager.
Leading up to the grand opening of the retail space, bets can also be placed at five betting kiosks on the north side of the plaza being installed in the interim.
“Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field will bring to life the vision of our brand by celebrating the Caesars promise of treating everyone like royalty,” said Eric Hession, co-president of Caesars Digital. “Sports bettor or not, we’re hoping fans will visit to enjoy an unbeatable experience.”
“The Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field will be the premier sports betting and entertainment destination in downtown Phoenix,” said Derrick Hall, D-backs President and CEO. “D-backs fans, Arizona residents, and out-of-state visitors, whether they are sports bettors or not, should look forward to this state-of-the-art, year-round location that will feature a first-class dining, betting and hospitality experience – all while taking in their favorite sporting event or watching their favorite team. This sportsbook will transform the sports viewing experience in Arizona.”