Caesars Just Made Phoenix Cooler

Christian Walker #53 of the Arizona Diamondbacks celebrates with David Peralta #6. Norm Hall/Getty Images/AFP

It is growing increasingly customary for top sportsbooks to make their presence known in different sporting venues. This trend is the product of intelligent decision-making because it accounts for sportsbooks’ likeliest customers.

Sports bettors are often sports fans. Sports fans often like to watch sports in respective sporting venues.
Thus, it is convenient for them to access a retail sports betting location in the specific sports venue that they’re visiting.

This accessibility is also convenient because it can be notoriously frustrating to access the internet with your phone where one may want to check the scores of games one has bet on and so forth.

Instead of competing with thousands of other people for a decent enough internet connection, one can simply walk to the nearest retail sports betting option.

Caesars in Phoenix 

Phoenix’s Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, is an example of a sporting venue that has already wised up.

In an effort to cater to the many Diamondbacks fans who engage in sports betting, officials at Chase Field already enlisted FanDuel to open a retail location for sports bettors inside the ballpark.

FanDuel’s presence in Chase Field made its sportsbook the first retail sportsbook in Arizona. Now it’s Caesars’ turn to join FanDuel inside Chase Field.

Sports bettors will get access to nine betting windows and 13 self-service kiosks. Moreover, Caesars Sportsbook retail venue will operate daily.

Its hours are already nice — it’s open for over 12 hours every day — but they will be expanded during the upcoming NFL season.

It features a kitchen and bar, a VIP lounge, a luxurious television-watching experience, and fantastic room for sitting and viewing.