Washington State’s Spokane Tribe Casino has unveiled the latest step in a multi-stage expansion project, after detailing an exclusive agreement with Caesars Entertainment which will deliver its sportsbook offering to the property.
The venue, owned and operated by the Spokane Tribe of Indians, says that the alliance aims to deliver a Caesars sportsbook location inside the casino which will deliver retail sports betting to patrons.
“We’re excited to partner with Caesars Sportsbook to offer in-person sports betting in our new state-of-the-art sportsbook utilising Caesars’ betting platforms that offer hundreds of ways to wager on sports,” noted Javier De La Rosa, general manager of the Spokane Tribe Casino.
“This partnership also allows us to bring a new type of guest to the property while offering expanded gaming options for all players.”
Past additions by the property have included expanding the facility’s casino floor, as well as inserting a dedicated poker room and an array of slot machines and themes.
The third phase of its development plans will include adding a hotel, convention center, dining, retail stores, entertainment center and a cultural center, with final completion set for 2025.
“As we look toward the completion of our first phase of expansion, this partnership is an important component for us as a growing casino,” stated Carol Evans, chair of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
Once opened, Caesars Sportsbook at Spokane Tribe Casino will also feature a new dining option as part of its dedicated space in the casino. The current expansion phase is expected to be complete before Super Bowl LVI.