Philadelphia Flyers Turn Wells Fargo Center into Sports Gambling House

The Philadelphia Flyers is turning the Wells Fargo Center into a sports gambling house. Fans are calling Gary Bet-Man the “Gary Bet-Man.” Phil Muchnick’s column returns on Sept. 27. We discuss this new venture. And we’ll see how the Flyers’ partnership with the sportsbook is shaping the future of the franchise. But before we get too excited, let’s look at a few things we can expect.

Wells Fargo Center

The Wells Fargo Center is getting a sports gambling UFABET house in the form of two hi-tech lounges. In partnership with the Philadelphia Flyers, the sports lounges will feature almost 100 television screens that will allow fans to watch games while betting on the outcome of the games. The sports lounges will feature the same layout as the one at Sugarhouse Casino. For those who prefer to wager via mobile device, the Wells Fargo Center sports gambling lounges will offer a variety of games.

The Sugarhouse Casino will soon be rebranding into Rivers Casino Philadelphia and opening up two sports lounges at the Wells Fargo Center. The new gambling establishment will also open a physical sports book. The Wells Fargo Center is currently undergoing a $265 million renovation that includes a brand-new scoreboard and a VIP club. Sugarhouse will also have advertisements on radio and billboards in the arena bowl and concourse.

The new lounges at the Wells Fargo Center are being hailed for elevating the game day experience. The lounges feature ten 86-inch screens on the main concourse level, odds boards and well-spaced seating areas. A new sportsbook, named Rivers Sports Gambling House, will open in the fall of 2017.

Paul Petersen

Author: Ida Soto