American sports betting company, William Hill US, has today began their Race Book operations at Casino Miami, marking the organisation’s first Florida operation in its 85 year history.
With the new complex being one which is a modernised 2,300 square foot space based next to the casino’s poker room, it is equipped with a state-of-the-art viewing facility which includeS 10 50-inch TV screens in addition to a 30 foot video wall for racing fans to be able to watch a variety of tracks simultaneously. Seating includes a mix of high-top tables with chairs and race carrells.
Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill US; Phil Ruffin, Casino Miami owner; Dan Licciardi, Casino Miami General Manager; and Aritz Erkiaga, Miami Jai Alai player, were all in attendance to cut the opening ribbon, while they welcomed bettors to watch and wager on some of the most exciting races.
The Race Book also offers pari-mutuel simulcast wagering with bettors being able to watch and wager in major Thoroughbred, Harness, and Greyhound tracks as well as Jai Alai from around the country.