FanDuel, a Flutter sports betting operator, has just opened up a sportsbook at Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel and Casino. This will be Bally’s first retail sports betting operation in Atlantic City since the Caesars transaction in November 2020. But it’s only the beginning of something big. In fact, the company has planned to make several improvements.
But essentially, now, the temporary venue has 10 self-service betting kiosks and 6 live odds boards. Also, there are 3 live betting windows to provide patrons with help and guidance.
What’s more, the sportsbook also complies with the current health and safety guidelines. And should President Biden and his team recommend a new approach, Bally is ready to make the venue even safer. Indeed, the President and CEO of Bally’s said that this is “the first of many” improvements. Plus, he thinks the cash injection proves their “commitment to invest” in Atlantic City.
Building the Atmosphere
Despite it being temporary, FanDuel’s VP is looking forward to showing Atlantic City “why FanDuel is the #1 sportsbook” in the Garden State. Plus, it’s only the beginning of something big, as they have massive plans that’ll rival with the best.
First, they plan to open up the permanent venue in 2021. According to them, it’ll provide the true sports fan a real “game-day atmosphere” in a luxurious setting.
What’s more, it will make sure that bettors can get the best offering around. This will give bettors 34 self-service IGT Play sports kiosks. Also, there will be 5 live betting windows. There, you can bet on all the biggest US sports such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and more.
The President and CEO of Bally’s said that he is happy to start working with FanDuel. He wants to provide the best sportsbook experience for their “Loyal AC customers.”