Tag: Little Caesars Arena

Sportsbooks Bet on Arenas, Stadiums

ODDS ARE GOOD: The Fox Bet Lounge at Lincoln Financial Field offers members premium perks in a sportsbook-themed space. (PhiladelphiaEagles.com) They’re splashing their brands on in-venue areas as they battle for market share PlayUp, an Australia-based sportsbook operator, has its work cut out as it fights for a share of the increasingly competitive U.S. sports betting market.   After going live in Colorado in March, PlayUp is readying its launch in New Jersey, a state that has established itself as the most robust sports betting market in the nation. More than $6 billion in sports bets were placed in New Jersey last year; Nevada, with $4.3 billion in handle, was a distant second. While that’s enticing for companies with market access in the Garden State, grabbing a slice of the pie doesn’t come easy when competing against established brands like FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM and William Hill. PlayUp sees its sponsorship […]

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Arrive’s GamePlan a Perk for Parking

The Chevrolet Corvette has its spot inside Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena, but the GamePlan trip planner will help fans find parking spaces outside. (Getty Images) Trip planner, developed with Waze, routes drivers to their prepaid spots Some venues will soon have a new tool to help guests ease into parking spots at concerts and sporting events: a trip planner called GamePlan. The feature was introduced this week by Arrive, a Chicago-based company that helps venues with guest parking through app-based technology. The company partnered with popular navigation app Waze, a Google subsidiary, to develop GamePlan. “At the end of the day, it’s really about helping fans at venues buy parking in advance, so it’s one less thing they have to worry about on the day of events,” said Dan Roarty, president and chief operating officer of Arrive. Formerly known as ParkWhiz, the company recently changed its name to Arrive. “We […]

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