Nevada Retail Sportsbook Rankings | Legal Sports Report

April 17, 2023


Retail sportsbooks in Nevada

There are nearly 200 different sportsbook locations in Nevada, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board. More than half of those locations are William Hill kiosks, and William Hill’s presence in the state also includes several hundred deposit locations.

Out of the long list of books in Nevada, five of them stand out as particularly noteworthy. They are either some of the largest in the state, some of the most prestigious, or both.

1. Westgate SuperBook

The Westgate SuperBook was the largest sportsbook in the world for decades, though newcomer Circa Sports now holds that title. SuperBook is the most famous, prestigious, and well-known sportsbook in the country. The book continues to be a crown jewel for both the Westgate Las Vegas and Nevada sports betting.

  • App: Westgate SuperBook
  • Location: Westgate Resort & Casino, 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89109

2. Circa Sportsbook

Circa Sports is the newest major sportsbook to debut in Nevada and has seemed determined to hit the ground running since the opening of flagship hotel Circa in 2021. The book itself is more than 30,000 square feet and three stories tall. There is seating for 1,000, and the viewing screen on the main wall features a whopping 78 million pixels of space. Circa has made no bones about its intention to surpass the SuperBook. It certainly has the physical facilities to make a serious challenge to the throne.

  • App: Circa Sports
  • Location: Circa Resort & Casino, 8 Fremont St., Las Vegas 89101

3. South Point

South Point Sportsbook is likely the most underrated sportsbook in all of Nevada. Its physical location on the south end of The Strip leaves it out of sight for many bettors. However, South Point is a locally owned book and creates its own odds. South Point is managed by veteran bookmakers including Jimmy Vaccaro and Chris Andrews. It is the home base for VSiN, a sports betting-focused radio station that is the brainchild of veteran sportscaster Brent Musberger and his family.

  • App: NV Sports Books
  • Location: South Point Hotel Casino & Spa, 9777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas 89183

4. Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace boasts one of the swankiest sports betting operations in Nevada. Although it is of moderate size, there’s no denying that the opulence of the resort bleeds over into the soaring ceilings and elaborate display boards on the wall. Caesars Sportsbook also places you next to the poker room and roughly equidistant between the property’s two main gambling areas. The company has made a major push into sports betting in the past few years.

  • App: Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill
  • Location: Caesars Palace, 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas 89109

5. Mirage

The Mirage sportsbook sits inside the casino of the same name, which was dubbed the first supercasino in Las Vegas when it debuted in 1989. The book spreads itself across 10,000 square feet of gaming space and features seating for hundreds of bettors. Large screens adorn two of its walls, with betting options cast in red, green, and yellow above the numerous teller windows below. There are individual betting booths, lounge seating, and couch areas. Mirage might have the most comfortable sportsbook in Nevada.

  • App: BetMGM Sportsbook (pending the property’s takeover by Hard Rock)
  • Location: The Mirage, 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas 89109