Circa Sports Shares Winners and Contest Updates for Record-Breaking Contests
Sports betting venture Circa Sports has awarded two $105,000 payouts to the first-quarter winners of its Circa Million V professional football contest. Contestants Ohio McGaha Bros and One Bad Mutha 1 both achieved records of 17-3, tying them for the first leg of the contest.
Additionally, four teams received payouts for their successful performances. Batch9, Fulcrum, JT555 and LND22 were rewarded $16,250 each for finishing at 16-3-1.
One Bad Mutha 1 was presented their $105,000 check at the Circa Sports location within Tuscany Suites and Casino, on Saturday, Oct. 7.
The following day, Sunday, Oct. 8, Ohio McGaha Bros visited the world’s largest sportsbook at Circa Resort and Casino and were presented with a check by Circa Sports owner and CEO Derek Stevens and Circa Sports director of operations, Jeffrey Benson.
me tell your story, Vegas.
Contact Jennifer Bradley, PR Practitioner of the Year
The first booby prize of the season was granted to Tax the Rich, who finished last with a 3-14 record in the first quarter. They received a consolation prize of $25,000.
In addition to Circa Million V, Circa Sports is also hosting its popular Circa Survivor professional football contest, offering a substantial $8 million payout to the last remaining entry. As week six begins, a total of 1,864 entries remain valid out of the initial 9,267 entries at the contest’s outset. Notably, during a surprising game in which Jacksonville lost to Houston in week three, 2,421 entries were eliminated, marking the largest single-game loss of the season.
Losses by week are as follows:
- Week 1: 1,992
- Week 2: 1,351
- Week 3: 3,445
- Week 4: 96
- Week 5: 519
About Circa Sports
Helmed by casino owner and downtown Las Vegas developer Derek Stevens, Circa Sports is blazing a new trail in the gaming industry by combining customer-first approach to business with a team of the country’s top oddsmakers.
Circa Sports boasts one of the most competitive wagering menus in the country and is a leader in the city for sports futures. The venture currently offers physical betting locations in the world’s largest sportsbook at Circa Resort & Casino, along with three additional southern Nevada locations; a book in Legends Bay Casino in Sparks, Nev; and a new brick-and-mortar book in American Place in Waukegan, Ill.
Its mobile offerings are currently available in Nevada, Iowa, Colorado and Illinois, and will soon launch in Kentucky in partnership with Cumberland Run in Corbin. For more information, visit CircaSports.com.