Seminole Tribe features live craps, roulette, sports betting in its South Florida casinos

December 7, 2023
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The Tribe recently relaunched mobile sports wagering throughout the state.

The Seminole Tribe in Florida has debuted new craps and roulette live casino games, as well as in-person sports betting at select land-based casinos in southern Florida.

Seminole Hard Rock & Casino Hollywood, Seminole Class Casino in Hollywood and Seminole Casino Coconut Creek launched these games today.

Players will have access to these titles on December 8 at Seminole Hard Rock & Casino Tampa.

Naple and Lake Okeechobee players can also get in on the action starting December 11. The Tribe will launch is latest titles next week at Seminole Casino Immokalee and at Seminole Brighton Casino.

The Tribe said in a statement, “A new era of gaming has arrived, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.

“As we kick off Native American Heritage Month, The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Hard Rock are excited to announce that craps and roulette will launch to the public in December.”

In celebration of the launch, Seminole Hard Rock & Casino Hollywood will welcome several notable celebrity guests for a red-carpet event.

Stars slated to attend the event include Sofia Vergara, Jon Bon Jovi, Tiësto, Heather Graham, DJ Khaled, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Mike Tyson, Dwyane Wade, Bobbi Althoff, Sarah Hyland, Fat Joe, Max Weinberg, Willy Chirino, and SI Swimsuit Cover Model Brooks Nader.

The Seminole Tribe of Florida acquired the Hard Rock brand in 2007. Since Hard Rock’s founding, the brand has globally expanded to include more than 250 locations.

The company recently relaunched Hard Rock Bet in Florida, giving players statewide access to mobile sports betting.


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