Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook to host 'The Big Game'

January 30, 2024
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The Mohegan Sun in Connecticut gears up for Super Bowl viewing event featuring the opportunity to win grand prizes such as signed Travis Kelce jersey. 

Connecticut's Mohegan Sun has announced a Super Bowl event at its FanDuel sportsbook on February 11.

The sportsbook has invited guests to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers battle it out in the final game of the NFL season at the annual Super Bowl.

The game takes place every year on the second Sunday in February. This year, the game takes place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

For those who will be in Connecticut, the Mohegan Sun is offering a viewing experience featuring 11,000 square-foot venue features over 220 luxury seats.

Guests will be able to watch The Big Game on a 140-foot-wide video wall.

The Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook also features 30 easy-to-use self-betting and several live-teller windows for guests to use when making pre-game or in-game bets.

During the game, guests will be able to enjoy a stadium-style buffet and receive two drinks tickets each as well as a Mohegan Sun hoodie.

Anyone who books a table will be eligible to win prizes such as an autographed Travis Kelce jersey, up to $500 in Free Slot Play and tickets to see comedian Matt Rife live in Mohegan Sun Arena. Ten winners will be selected to receive two arena suite tickets for Matt Rife’s sold out performance.

Seating for The Big Game starts at 4PM, with the buffet opening at 5PM prior to the start of the game at 6:30PM.

Reservations can be made online where guests can book table reservations. All guests must be 21+ to enter the premises.

Other resorts across the US will also host events for the Super Bowl, including a Sports Illustrated sponsorsed event at the Wynn Las Vegas XS Nightclub as well as BetMGM's Big Game Bash concert headlined by Luke Combs. 

In other related news, GeoComply data has found a 24% increase in geolocation transactions during the NFL playoffs compared to last year.

Last year, GeoComply recorded 100 million betting transactions during the Super Bowl with 7.4 million accounts created over the Super Bowl weekend.

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