Circa Sports Opens Satellite Location at Tuscany Suites

This is the fourth location for Circa Sports in Las Vegas

By Raymond Harrison 

Circa Sports continues to expand its brand across Las Vegas.

On March 16, the company opened a new satellite sportsbook at Tuscany Suites and Casino. It is the first expansion location that is outside CEO Derek Stevens‘ portfolio of properties.

The Deets

• A special ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Tuscany Suites to commemorate the occasion. Stevens, Director of Circa Sports Matt Metcalf and Tuscany General Manager Grayson McNees were all in attendance.

• This marks the fourth location Circa Sports has in Las Vegas. Its initial launch was at the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino in 2019, followed by the opening at The D Las Vegas.

• The crown jewel remains Circa Resort and Casino, which opened in October. The three-story sports book provides one of the largest sports-betting experiences in the world.

• Brett Heers, CEO of Tuscany, said, “With the level of product that Circa provides and second-to-none customer service, partnered with our ease-of-access location, we believe we can be a top sports book destination.”

• Stevens said the team “is thrilled to open a new Circa Sports satellite book right before March hoops begins.” He believes the new location will help the brand reach an even broader base of customers.

• Circa Sports also offers a mobile app available to users in Nevada and Colorado.

(Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Circa Sports)

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