Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook to host Belmont Stakes watch party

June 9, 2023
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Guests can enjoy a drink and enter to win a $20,000 jackpot prize.

Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook will host a viewing of “Test the Champion,” Belmont Stakes 155th run. The event will take place from 10AM to 7:30 PM on June 10. Guests can enter the Alive for Five contest for a chance at winning a $20,000 jackpot.

The entry fee is $10 and players can submit up to five entries prior to the beginning of the race. To walk away with the jackpot, the winning horse must be selected for all five races.

Those attending the viewing party can also try the Belmont Jewel for $15, a drink made with pomegranate juice, lemonade and bourbon. Horseracing fans will receive a free t-shirt with a minimum $50 wager as well.  

Mike “Mut” Mutnansky and Anthony “The Big A” Stabile, two resident handicappers, will be at this year’s Belmont Stakes to discuss racing tips and tricks.

Mohegan (formerly known as Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment) develops and operates premier international integrated entertainment resorts. The tribal operator is based in Connecticut but has locations throughout the United States, Canada and in Northern Asia.

Throughout its nearly 30-year history, Mohegan has formed strategic partnerships with a variety of brands, including Coca-Cola, Ticketmaster, Paramount Pictures, WNBA, Michael Jordan, the New York Yankees, the Boston Celtics and Live Nation.

In addition to its developmental achievements, the company owns and operates the WNBA team, Connecticut Sun.

Mohegan recently became a member of the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) though an arrangement that includes both its retail betting and digital brands.

As part of the IBIA, Mohegan will work with other operators to guard against betting corruption. The network collectively monitors suspicious activity through an anti-corruption tool designed specifically for betting markets.

The CEO of Mohegan Gaming, Ray Pineault, recently spoke on the GA Huddle.


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