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Arooga’s To Bring Sports Betting To Shelton

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Arooga’s To Bring Sports Betting To Shelton
Arooga's To Bring Sports Betting To Shelton

Shelton: Arugula Grill House & Sports Bar partners with Connecticut Lottery Corporation to open new retail sports book location at Shelton restaurant.

The site also features the Play Sugar House sportsbook from Rush Street Interactive, the State Lottery's online and retail sportsbook partner. The site will open once the sports betting site is completed and all licensing and regulatory approvals have been received.

"Aruga's Restaurant's size and location in the growing Shelton area make it a logical choice for a sports betting site. New England Aruga.

McBride said his company has always been focused on expanding the gaming landscape in the North East and hopes to one day offer sports betting at Arroga Grill House & Sports Bar at three locations in Warwick, Rhode Island, Iceland and three other locations. Attleboro, Massachusetts

"When Connecticut and the tribe signed an agreement to allow sports betting," McBride added, "we approached the City Lottery and started playing keno, which led to discussions about sports betting."

According to Greg Smith, president and CEO of the Connecticut Lottery, Aroga is a logical choice as it is an established sports bar chain that offers customers quality food, beverages and entertainment.

"Our Aroga partners share the same vision as CLC to make the Shelton property a sports entertainment and sports betting destination," said Smith. "I am pleased that this operation is beginning."

McBride said he hopes to offer sports betting to customers in December.

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"The design is great and the current document calls for 15 kiosks so the restaurant will have enough space to accommodate all guests as well as customers who want to place bets and stop by," said McBride.

James Bailey, vice president of McBride Holdings, Aruga's parent company, said the partnership will allow viewers in the region to watch games and bet on sports "in what we believe is the best, if not the best, sports environment in Connecticut . "

Aruga's next 15 CLC-licensed sportsbook outlets will open in the state, adding to the lottery's growing presence in Connecticut's retail sportsbook.

The venue will be renovated over the coming months to transform the unique venue into a fully immersive sports experience, including Aroga's two-story video wall, dozens of high-definition displays, multiple kiosks and checkout stations, and full food and beverage service. .

"We are extremely excited to launch the latest sportsbook offering powered by RSI to bring the best in retail sportsbook entertainment to the Shelton area," said Richard Schwartz, CEO of RSI.

"Local residents can personally bet on their favorite teams while enjoying Aroger's hospitality," added Schwartz. "This new location demonstrates our commitment to Connecticut to provide an innovative experience at multiple sportsbooks and venues across the state where players can place bets and withdraw their winnings or withdraw cash and online."

CLC will soon be announcing new retail sportsbook locations in the state.

Connecticut players 21 and older can wager online from their mobile, tablet, desktop and laptop devices via the PlaySugarHouse platform or at any of CLC's sportsbook locations throughout Connecticut.

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