LINQ debuts ultra-high tech sports betting venue
September 05, 2018 3:00 AM
by Robert Mann
Just in time for Thursday night’s NFL opener, The LINQ Hotel & Casino, a Caesars Entertainment property, is unveiling its new, ultra-high tech sports betting venue, appropriately called “The Book.”
The latest in a string of sportsbook reworks in Southern Nevada features 50 televisions, food and beverages crafted specifically for game day, and the Las Vegas Strip’s highest resolution LED video wall.
Upon entering The Book, guests will have access to a mobile tablet through which they can order from The Book’s digital menu, play social and augmented reality games, place bets through the Caesars Sports app, surf a custom beer menu and control audio and video displays at the touch of a button in innovative Fan Caves.
The Fan Caves are comprised of 12 rentable living rooms featuring a 98-inch TV (that can be split into four screens), two 49-inch TVs, Xbox, game consoles, virtual reality games and more. Up to five cave dwellers per room can order bottle service plus food from Sticky Chicken, a new food concept highlighted by a menu featuring 12 varieties of wings, chicken sandwiches, street fries and more.
Beer loving Fan Cave patrons will have access to drafts from a self-pouring beer wall with 24 beers on tap including seasonal specialties. Another 12 varieties of beer are available at the bar providing 36 brews to quench your thirst.
In the bar area, beer pong and shuffleboard are available to augment the non-stop entertainment experience.