Caesars Windsor reduces hours for sportsbook staff

July 10, 2024
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A spokesperson for the property said it will stay open during peak times, however.

Canada’s Caesars Windsor has decided to cut back its hours for its sportsbook staff, according to a recent CBC News report.

A spokesperson for Caesars Windsor told CBC news that the live sports betting area “remains open on peak days and times, including during big sporting events and that kiosk betting remains open 24/7.”

They went on to note in a written statement, “After a careful review of our sports betting trends, the operating hours of Caesars sportsbook have been adjusted to better align with guest preferences.

“With these changes there were minor staff adjustments, however all staff have been retained.”

Caesars Windsor first debuted its sportsbook in January 2023. Players can get in on the action at this sportsbook daily from 3pm to 11pm local time.

Along with its retail location, Caesars Windsor offers players access to its online gaming app. Caesars Windsor’s spokesperson did not indicate to CBC News what kind of impact this feature has had on the business for the sportsbook.

Since the brand’s formation in Reno, Nevada in 1937, Caesars Entertainment has expanded over the years to include facilities around the country that operate under the Caesars, Harrah's, Horseshoe and Eldorado brand names.

Its Caesars sportsbook is among the first to offer sports betting fans access to BetVision, which is an immersive sports wagering platform that offers fans statistics, insights, integrated bet slips and real-time augmentations within an interactive player. It features live streams of local, regional and national NFL games during the week.


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