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sabato 3 settembre 2016

Silver Legacy announces grand opening of sportsbook

Today, Silver Legacy Resort Casino and William Hill are proud to announce the grand opening of the brand new Race and Sports Book. Over $2 million in renovations have been completed and a grand opening date has been set for 8 September in conjunction with the start of pro football. A special ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 5 p.m.

"This is an exciting day for Silver Legacy, William Hill and especially all those who have frequented our Race and Sports Book over the years," said Glenn Carano, General Manager for the Eldorado Resort Casino, Silver Legacy and Circus Circus Hotel Casino - Reno. "William Hill is a premier sports book operator with the best odds for our players. We are pleased to partner with them and look forward to collaborating to make the best sports viewing and betting experience possible for our guests."

Upon entering the new Race and Sports Book, two incredible, state-of-the-art, high-definition LED walls, each measuring in at an impressive 27 feet wide by nine feet high, will make sports fans feel as if they were on the 50 yard line at any football stadium in America. Lined with 167 seats of unobstructed viewing, games will be played on over 60 televisions and a center bar with 20 beers on tap that range from local favorites like Pigeon Head Pilsner and Brew Brothers Carano Extra to game day classics like Bud and Bud Light. The center bar will also have 18 video poker machines, making it the only book in northern Nevada with a video poker bar.

William Hill offers Nevada's most diverse betting menu throughout the year on every sport: pro and college football, pro and college basketball, baseball, horse racing, soccer, auto racing, hockey, MMA, boxing and much, much more.

"Just in time for kickoff, the all-new William Hill Race & Sports Book at Silver Legacy will offer a fantastic game day experience. We have enjoyed working with Eldorado Resorts and the Carano family to create an amazing place to watch and wager in the center of Downtown Reno," said William Hill U.S. Chief Executive Officer, Joe Asher.


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