“We think NFL fans will embrace parlay sports
Parlay cards will be available in the Delaware Park Race and Sports Book
area each Thursday by noon.
“In the last week, the excitement has been building,” Fasy said during
today’s press conference. For more information on Delaware Park, visit www.delawarepark.com
WILMINGTON, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–At 10 a.m. Parlay bets are accepted on a minimum of three NFL games. In fact, with all the inquiries we have been getting, we have
started calling it, Parlay-Mania.
“It feels good to be the first bettor,” said Rudd, who stands to pocket
$110 if his selected teams win. “As a sports fan, I never thought sports
betting would be legalized outside Nevada, but it’s a great new offering
to bring to the state of Delaware that will give citizens an exciting
new entertainment option.”
About Delaware Park
Delaware Park offers parlay sports betting (parlay cards and
off-the-board parlays) on NFL games in the ultimate gaming facility,
featuring state-of-the-art, floor-to-ceiling video screens with displays
of sporting events throughout the nation and a board with updated
information. The entire staff at Delaware Park has
worked hard to ensure we provide the very best atmosphere and customer
service for our guests to watch and wager on NFL games.”
For more information on parlay sports betting at Delaware Park, visit www.delawarepark.com.
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Delaware Park is a multi-faceted gaming facility offering guests live
seasonal thoroughbred racing, year-round simulcasting from around the
globe, nearly 3,000 exciting slot machines on two spacious levels, one
of only three sports parlay betting venues on the East Coast and White
Clay Creek Country Club, featuring a world class 18-hole championship
golf course. today, Chuck Rudd of Newark, Delaware, approached the counter
at the newly opened Delaware Park Race and Sports Book and did something
that isn’t legal anywhere else east of the Rockies–he placed a bet on
Delaware Park (www.delawarepark.com),
along with the other two Delaware casinos, recently gained approval to
offer parlay sports betting on NFL games and with his $20 wager on the
Eagles, Ravens and Colts, Rudd became the first person to make a sports
wager at the casino’s state-of-the-art sports book.
Bill Fasy, president of Delaware Park, hosted a press conference to mark
the opening and said he is optimistic that parlay sports betting will be
popular with sports fans.
. Delaware Park is located minutes south of Wilmington and
the Delaware Memorial Bridge and just north of the Maryland state line
on I-95 at exit 4B