Hard Rock Northern Indiana opens sportsbook

By Louis Thompsett

Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana has expanded its gaming amenities by opening a sportsbook on 11 May 2022. 

The casino has led land-based gaming revenue in Indiana since the start of the year, including both table games and slot machine play.  

The operator’s new sportsbook will be located at the north end of the casino, adjacent to the Hard Rock Café.  

Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana’s sportsbook will include a range of sports wagering options, including several features and live betting on sporting events. 

Sports in Hard Rock’s new sportsbook include tennis, golf, UFC and NASCAR. However, the operator will not offer horse betting, as claimed in its latest statement.  

The sportsbook will feature a large LED display and be serviced with food and beverages from the adjacent Hard Rock Café. 

Furthermore, the sportsbook will contain 25 kiosks which will be open 24/7. Players can place wagers using these kiosks, among other available services. 

Speaking on the operator’s new sportsbook, Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana’s President, Matt Schuffert, said: “I’m very excited to finally announce the opening of the sportsbook as a great addition to our other gaming amenities.  

“And I’d especially like to thank all the employees who have worked so hard to bring this project to fruition.” 

The Hard Rock Casino in Northern Indiana has only been in operation for a year, opening on 14 May 2021. 

The $300m venue features over 1,600 slots and 80 table games, totalling more than 2,100 gaming positions.

Elsewhere, Hard Rock International recently partnered with Oracle Red Bull Racing ahead of the inaugural Miami Grand Prix.


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