For some folks, legal sports betting is going to be a gamechanger when you get to Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort. The Book at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort is offering a plush experience as you recline in cool chairs to view games, highlights, and score tickers on the 90-foot ultra-high definition screen. You’ll have the opportunity to place bets at one of the seven ticket-writer windows or from one of the ten self-service betting kiosks available. You can go solo or bring along family and friends and reserve a private group viewing experience. It’s going to be really comfy, so inquire about their Fan Caves or possibly sit in the Upper Deck to enjoy a full beverage service.
The Book at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel will feature a 32-foot, ultra-high-definition screen for viewing with plush reclining chairs and full beverage service. An additional lounge area can also be reserved for private viewing parties. Four ticket-writer windows and five self-service are available for guests to place bets.
It was a gamechanger when The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, announced that The Book, North Carolina’s premier sports betting venue opening to the public after their ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow, March 18th at 10 am eastern time at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee, North Carolina and Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in Murphy, North Carolina.
Richard Sneed, Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, said “the opening of a sportsbook in the Tar Heel State affords residents a chance to participate in safe and legal sports betting for the first time. Brooks Robinson, Regional Senior Vice President & General Manager of Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos, echoed Principal Chief Sneed’s remarks regarding the opening of The Book.