The tallest building in downtown Las Vegas opened on Wednesday, 28, as an entertainment center for adults, with all the pandemic safety technology.
According to its owner, Derek Stevens, Circa Resort and Casino is the largest sports betting spot in the world.
Circa is the first complex to open in the city center since Sundance in 1980. The place was initially known as the Fitzgeralds, but the Stevens brothers bought the place in 2011 and renamed it “D Las Vegas”. The brothers also own the Golden Gate, which opened in 1906.
The complex took 20 months to build and Stevens refuses to say how much he invested, because it is privately owned, although he has recognized that Circa will employ around 1,500 people.
The casino was designed as an ideal entertainment center for sports fans. Among its attractions are the Stadium Swim and the hotel’s 777-room registration area, with the original restored neon sign “Vegas Vickie”, which the Stevens brothers acquired along with the former Fremont property “Topless Girls of Glitter Gulch” Street.
In addition, a pedestrian walkway crosses the main street to an eight-story car park with nearly 1,000 parking spaces, which Stevens dubbed the Garage Mahal.
Betting experience at Circa Resort and Casino
The Circa customer will be able to join the largest sports betting experience in the world, featuring the most advanced technology, including a 3-story betting venue with good old Las Vegas hospitality.
With a capacity for 1,000 people and private cabins for groups, the events will be completely comfortable and people will be able to celebrate the greatest victories within Circa Esportes.
In addition, Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN) will broadcast daily from the studio at Circa Sports, offering punters a detailed analysis of a list of experts, including announcers, industry professionals and athletes.