Kansas Crossing Casino holds Caesars Sportsbook ribbon cutting

May 18, 2023
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Caesars becomes Kansas Crossing's official sports betting partner.

Kansas Crossing Casino + Hotel, located in Pittsburg Kansas, has celebrated the grand opening of a full, on-location Caesars Sportsbook. The sports wagering and sports bar retail location was unveiled with a ribbon cutting.

Kansas Crossing Casino has been open since 2017. The location offers over 560 slot machines, 14 table games, and both indoor and outdoor concert venues. Both the Casino and its Hampton Hotel also offer rewards programs.

The new Caesars Sportsbook and sports bar was christened with a “ceremonial first bet,” placed by the Executive Director of Explore Crawford County, Dave Looby.

Looby was one of several officials in attendance from Explore Crawford County, along with the city of Pittsburg, Crawford County and the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce.

Jeff McKain, General Manager of Kansas Crossing Casino, said, “This is a big step for us as we continue adding new ways for all sports fans to enjoy the sports they love in Kansas.

“We’re thankful for our guests’ patience as we transformed this space into the amazing sportsbook and bar that it is now. Mixing live entertainment, sports wagering, and food and refreshments is a winning combination that we cannot wait for our guests to experience.”

Kansas Crossing Casino has chosen Caesars as its official sports betting partner in Kansas. Visitors to the casino and retail sportsbook may also place mobile wagers through the Caesars Sportsbook app.

Officials from Caesars were also present at the new sportsbook location, which includes an all-new menu, 40 big-screen TVs, cashiers to accept wagers in person and user-friendly betting kiosks.

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