The Five Biggest Sportsbooks in America

For bettors, from casual to professional, nothing beats the feeling of watching games at a sportsbook. Unlike being at a game where fans are cheering for their favorite teams, everyone at a sportsbook is rooting for one thing: their wagers.

The biggest sportsbooks in America offer a total sensory experience. You will commonly find a wall of televised sporting events with the ability to eat, drink and place your wagers in these sportsbooks.

Although the United States is close to 20 states with legalized sports betting, for sportsbooks, there’s only one place to go and that’s Las Vegas.

Here’s our list of the five biggest sportsbooks in America.

The Westgate SuperBook

2919-3007 Joe W Brown Dr., Las Vegas, NV.

For those who have been to the SuperBook at the Westgate, there is no equal. Not only does the Superbook offer a wide expanse to sit and stretch your legs, but the curved media wall provides the latest lines and more screens than your eyes and brain could possibly process. Covering 30,000 square feet, this sportsbook has earned a reputation for being a bettor’s paradise.

After a recent upgrade, the video board at the SuperBook has been upgraded to 4K and runs 260 feet long and 18 feet high. A large grab-and-go restaurant in the back of the book offers quick and tasty refreshments so bettors never miss a snap of the big game.

For events like March Madness and the Super Bowl, the Westgate is the destination for serious gamblers.

Wynn Race and Sports Book

3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S. – Las Vegas, NV.

Unfortunately, the Westgate is not located on the Strip in Las Vegas, so bettors who want to stay close to sights, sounds, and casinos the Strip has to offer, makes their way to the Wynn Race and Sportbook. Recently renovated and updated, the Sports Book provides a VIP experience for sports bettors.

Once you walk into the Sports Book, you will immediately notice the 1,600 square foot LED screen featuring lines, games, and the latest promotions.

What makes the Sports Book stand out among the rest in Vegas is the comfort. Not only is there an impressive circle bar in the back of the Book to handle your drink orders, but while you wait, you’ll find the Book is loaded with large, comfortable chairs to enjoy while watching your game of choice.

Caesars Palace Sportsbook

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV.

For longtime Vegas bettors, the Caesars Palace Sportsbook offers first-class comfort. The cushioned seating makes it a prime destination for those players who just want to relax and catch a game. The book’s 143-foot LED screen is a highlight, wrapping around the length of the book.

Those bettors who prefer the ponies will find 65 individual booths with televisions to watch their race.

While Caesars might not have the bells and whistles of some of the newer books on the Strip, it remains one of the biggest and most enjoyable sportsbooks in America.

The Venetian Sportsbook

3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV.

Nestled in the five-star Venetian and Palazzo complex is easily one of the best sportsbooks in Vegas. Claimed by the Venetian, the sportsbook offers a 10,000 square foot betting area.

A gigantic curved screen features the games of hour with reserved seating throughout the venue to accommodate the true gamblers. Admittedly, it might not have the festive atmosphere of some of the other books on this list. But the Venetian offers a spectacular experience with numerous windows and self-serve kiosks to get your bets in before kickoff.

Many bettors have likened the experience of sitting in the Venetian Sportsbook to sitting in a sports movie theater. After you cash a couple of winners here, you’ll see why locals love this book.

Circa Sports Book

Opening Soon – Las Vegas, NV.

Circa hopes to knock off the Westgate SuperBook for the title of World’s Largest Sportsbook. Featuring over 1,000 seats, the brand new Circa book welcomes VIP bettors and travelers alike.

The highlight of the new Circa book is the three-story, high-def screen at the center of the room. Costing $20 million, the 78-million pixel screen needs ten people to operate during business hours.

Demand is so high at the Circa that the casino uses a seating reservation system to accommodate bettors. With the coronavirus limiting visitors, the Circa has not fully flexed its considerable muscle. But this is a sportsbook that will undoubtedly attract attention for years to come.

About the Author

Derek Worlow

Derek Worlow is a writer by trade with more than seven years of experience writing for several Fortune 500 companies. In his free time, he enjoys trading sports and stock markets, as well as watching NCAA football and English Premier League soccer.