Harrah’s Philadelphia is upgrading the user experience for sports fans who wish to watch a game while gambling in the casino’s sportsbook. The casino added a wide screen for enthusiasts to enjoy, whether it’s a big Eagles game or numerous games at the same time.
Harrah’s Philadelphia, which already operates two PA online casinos, is expanding in internet verticals and retail facilities in the Keystone State.
Caesars Sportsbook PA Viewing Experience is Improved at Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino
Harrah’s Philadelphia teamed with JCM Global’s Digital Signage Solutions to improve how sportsbook patrons watch games at its Caesars PA Sportsbook.
DSS TV PRO is 23 feet 7 inches wide and 13 feet 3 inches tall, providing an unparalleled viewing experience. The screen can display up to six distinct games in 281 trillion different colors.
Knowing Philadelphia as the sports-crazed city that it is, Matt Conner, VP of Casino Operations at Harrah’s Philadelphia, knew that upgrading the sportsbook was a no-brainer. In a news release, he stated:
“We are excited to reopen Caesars Sportsbook at Harrah’s Philadelphia.” JCM Global’s digital signage has been essential in providing our guests with a new, immersive, and dynamic experience. We are convinced that this collaboration and cutting-edge technology will provide our patrons a new level of fun and engagement, and we can’t wait to debut the enhanced sports betting experience.”
Nothing beats watching a game from a sportsbook, especially when you have money on the line. JCM Global SVP of Sales, Marketing, and Operations Dave Kubajak added:
“Philadelphia is one of America’s great year-round sports towns, with devoted fans who root for their favorite teams.” Our staff is excited to be a part of the team that constructed the newly remodeled and relocated sportsbook at Harrah’s Philadelphia and to provide the city’s fans with a terrific new way to enjoy all of their teams’ big moments.”
Recent Modifications to Harrah’s Pennsylvania Casino
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) granted Harrah’s Philadelphia’s request to remove 150 slot machines during the summer.
Zara Alayan, general manager of Harrah’s Philadelphia, cited a combination of aging machines and a gaming floor that needs to be lowered as reasons for the removal. The property also spent $1 million to move the sportsbook closer to the exterior of the building.
Fortunately, Harrah’s Philadelphia wasn’t harmed by a recent Caesars cyberattack since it implemented modifications at the casino. To fight off the hackers, Caesars allegedly paid tens of millions of dollars in ransom money. They grabbed the driver’s licenses and Social Security data of Caesars Rewards members.
Everything is working in favor of Caesars and Harrah’s Philadelphia. It’s time for tourists to take advantage of the casino’s attractions.