The William Hill US subsidiary of the American casino operator Caesars Entertainment Incorporated announced its groundbreaking bookmaker premiere in the District of Columbia 20,000 - headquarters of Capital One Arena.

The Las Vegas-based entity used an official Wednesday press release to reveal that the debut marks the first placement of such a service at a U.S. professional sports facility. He further explained that the new bookmaker was released in collaboration with the owner of the Monumental Sports and Entertainment facility following the opening of a provisional predecessor in July and receiving a sports betting license early last year in the District of Columbia.

Expansive enterprise:

William Hill US detailed that the new 25,000 square bets are divided into two levels and functions 17 Factory windows , as well as over a dozen self-service betting kiosks. The operator stated that lovers can also visit the site all year round to enjoy " premiere food and drinks with full service ”The offer of a Michelin-starred chef from Maryland Nicholas Stefanelli using his 5G Wi-Fi function to place bets via the William Hill mobile app.

Recent redevelopment:

Opened in 1997 in the district Penn Quarter the capital of the country, Capital One Arena is headquarters Washington Wizards National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League Washington Capitals . Development is over $ 70 million expansion project in December

which included the addition of a 1,000 sq. ft. backyard patio area for basketball fans, 32,000 sq. m of LED lighting and a 360 - slide-out scoreboard of the degree .

Added attractions:

Tom Reeg serves as the CEO Caesars Entertainment Incorporated and used a press release to announce that the new Capital One Arena bookmaker has additional features a couple of VIP zones and private entertainment and dining next to the broadcasting studio that has " host live TV and radio programs ". Additionally, he declared that the project contains design elements that " pay tribute to the history of sports and local professional teams 'such as classic lockers in the main bar, baseball stitching woven into the railings of the staircase, and representations of the arenas printed on the ceiling.

Read Reeg's statement ...

"WITH more than 100 televisions , almost 20 betting counters and a dozen kiosks in space, as well as access to William Hill mobile app , our guests will have fun watching Capitals or Wizards at home or placing bets on their favorite teams during any game. The addition of Chef Nicholas to our roster has elevated our partnership with Monumental Sports and Entertainment to an elite level, providing the best fan betting experience across the region. "