We are excited to soon bring sports betting to Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos. While sports betting was signed in to law, there are processes to complete at the state and federal levels and with the National Indian Gaming Commission. We are anxiously awaiting completion of these steps and eager to offer this new experience to our guests and sports fans soon in the new year.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos is excited to bring a new game to town. Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 154 into law, allowing the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to open sportsbooks at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort and Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel. Guests will soon be able to wager on collegiate and professional sports as well as on off-track horse racing at both locations.
The Book at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel will be located near the promotions stage.
“This is an exciting time,” said Brooks Robinson, Regional Senior Vice President and General Manager of Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos. “We continuously work to offer new experiences and opportunities to our customers and are confident that our new sportsbook will be an added delight for our guests and sports fans.”