Yahoo Sportsbook partners with William Hill in Las Vegas

August 24, 2023
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Yahoo 'fan caves' will also be available.

Yahoo Sportsbook powered by William Hill is now available to access at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas.

The two companies have announced a multi-year naming rights partnership. 

The venue spans more than 12,000 square feet and features a 46-million-pixel, 1,770-square-foot LED video wall that can display up to 40 different sporting events at once. 

In the new sportsbook, the bar can seat over 29 guests and features 10, 65-inch 4K LED screens to ensure viewing from all angles, as well as a 97-foot, high-resolution ticker displaying live odds and scores.  

The sportsbook has been redesigned to provide a more luxurious sports betting experience. Just in time for the NFL season, the venue provides seating for 105 people as well as two ‘fan caves.’ The Yahoo fan caves will provide a space kitted out with two 98-inch UHD 4K guest-controlled displays, food and drinks service with seating for eight or 12.

Also provided in the Yahoo fan caves will be Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer and Noodle Asia special menus serving a variety of game day favorites.

Patrick Nichols, President and CEO of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, said, “We wanted to create the best place on the Strip to watch sports. This redesign pulls through the relaxed feeling of watching a game with your friends – plush sofas, lounge chairs, great game-day eats with the convenience of betting powered by William Hill. 

“And through the partnership with Yahoo, we’re sure to have additional surprises in store for our guests as we move into football season and beyond.”


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