The Little Creek Casino Sportsbook is located on the casino floor with 30 luxury lounge chairs, eight 82-inch screens or gambling kiosks, and a gigantic 20×10 foot LED television wall to present a digitized show of the latest sports games!
Among Washington’s most exciting sports gambling and entertainment alternatives, Little Creek is the only casino with a sportsbook within driving distance of Olympia.
On Tuesday, February 1, Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington, announced that it would begin offering sports betting in its new lounge. The Little Creek Sports Book has opened on the casino floor in conjunction with International Game Technology (IGT) and its PlaySports Technology platform.
The Squaxin Island Tribe owns and looks after the operations of the sportsbook, located 15 minutes from Olympia, and was one of the first tribal casinos in Washington state to allow sports betting. The Seven Inlets Spa, Salish Cliffs Golf Club, and Skookum Creek Event Center are located within an hour of Seattle and Tacoma.
Washington’s Little Creek Casino is all set to use IGT’s casino management systems.
After a bidding war, IGT was able to get an entire system replacement contract.
Little Creek has chosen the firm’s Advantage solutions, which include Media Manager and a floor-wide Service Window and the innovative bonusing programs Xtra Credit, Point Play, and Point Pursuit.
Table Manager and Virtual Drawing Manager will also be available at the resort.
Over 1,200 electronic gambling machines and 16 table games will be installed, according to IGT, to “improve player experiences while maximizing efficiency.”
For Little Creek Casino Resort CEO Mark West, investing in the IGT system represents a commitment to provide players with the finest possible gaming experiences and customer service, both now and in the future.
According to Nick Khin, IGT’s Senior Vice President of Sales in North America Gaming and Interactive, innovative bonusing applications and advanced player interaction solutions have helped his company win many highly cut-throat systems offers in the Pacific Northwest.
In September 2021, sports betting will be permitted only in the casinos owned by the 16 tribes that make up the United States. However, a new federal lawsuit is attempting to allow non-tribal casino establishments to participate in sports wagering. As of January, Maverick Gaming has launched a lawsuit against Washington state authorities, alleging that the state had illegally granted a “biased tribal gaming monopoly” to Native American casinos over sports gambling and other forms of betting.