Sports Betting Comes to Siri

Sports betting now at Siri's Casino

Siri's set to add sports betting

Sports betting comes to Siri in time for the 2014 season of NFL.

With his downtown Reno casino in place and operating, Jeff Siri is ready to add sports betting.

By month's end, Siri said today, a race and sports book will be in place, offering another option for gamblers in his Siri's Casino that opened in April.

Prepare for the Leroy's venture, to be run by William Hill Race & Sports Book, the state's biggest operator with greater than 150 locations, will precede the Nevada Gaming Control Board next week and then to the Nevada Gaming Commission for last authorization on July 24.

Siri visualized a sports-betting existence inside his 7,500-square-foot casino since he started the tropical-themed business a year ago in the site of the old Primadonna Club across Virginia Street from Harrah's Reno.

Siri stated the surge in popularity of sporting activities and race betting has made it an essential element to contend in the video gaming business, and he has actually reserved counter space far from the casino floor and 143 vending machine for leasing to William Hill.

“You absolutely want to have it. Hopefully, it will bring much more business in,” claimed Siri, who also owns the Club Cal Neva one block to the south.

Of Siri's Casino, he said so much he is “real delighted” with its performance because it opened on April 11.

One component of sports betting is currently in place: big-screen TVs.

Siri's Casino opened up with 9 80-inch TVs embellishing the walls in the area of the prospective sports book and adjoining bar and lounge locations.

Siri noted the prepared end-of-July opening of the race and sporting activities publication is well-timed with the beginning of the 2014 college and NFL soccer times of the year.

“It will be a great location to come make a bet and enjoy a game,” he claimed.

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