Legends Bay Casino to host monthly viewing events with Circa Sports

March 21, 2024
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The ‘Victory Viewing Series' kicks off with baseball opening day on March 28.

Circa Sports has teamed up with Reno’s Legends Bay Casino to host monthly watch parties for major sports events – launching on March 28.  

The partnership’s Victory Viewing Series begins with a full day of baseball for the season's opening day, alongside a featured college basketball tournament. Alongside the main sporting events, guests can expect entertainment in the form of raffles, food & drink and apparel giveaways. Over the course of the summer, the event series will showcase all the biggest events in golf, baseball, basketball and horseracing.  

Dates for additional sports events to be featured in the Victory Viewing Series have already been released. April 14 sees the Fore the Win event, where attendees can watch the final round of the Augusta golf tournament, Derby Day horseracing is available for viewing on May 4, Pro Basketball Finals on June 6 and Pro Baseball’s All-Star Game on July 16.  

The capacity for Circa Sports at Legends Bay is around 140, with the venue coming equipped with a range of 60-inch TVs and a 10-by-15-foot big screen on which events will be displayed. Legends Bay debuted the site in 2022 as the first casino built in over 20 years in North Nevada.  

Circa Sports also recently launched at Silverton Casino Lodge in Las Vegas – with the sportsbook organisation spreading across five locations in Southern Nevada. Additionally, Circa Sports presently runs the Circa Survivor professional football contest – which offers a prize pool of $9.3m to be split between contestants.


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