“We went through a thorough process to identify the ideal partner that would bring experience and the strongest reputations in legalized gaming,” Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall said in a press release. “Caesars is considered the cream of the crop and aligns with our philosophy when it comes to professionalism, brand presentation, and customer treatment.” The partnership is made possible by the legalization of sports betting in Arizona. Gov. Doug Ducey signed bills last month that allow for expansion of tribal casinos in the state and the addition of sports betting at existing sports-related locations in Arizona.
Diamondbacks, Caesars brining mobile betting, sportsbook to Phoenix The Phoenix Suns have announced the team will partner with FanDuel to bring a sportsbook to Phoenix Suns Arena. And the TPC Scottsdale, home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament, announced it was partnering with DraftKings to open a sportsbook at the facility.
When sports betting is permitted in the state, fans will be able to download the sports book app and place a bet anywhere in the state. Support local journalism. Subscribe to azcentral.com today.
The legalized sports betting law is expected to go into effect later this year, after the federal government approves Arizona’s expanded tribal gaming compacts with Indian communities. The Diamondbacks’ sportsbook will include a sports bar and broadcast studio at the space formerly known as Game 7 Grill.
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