- Seneca Resorts has partnered with Pegula Sports and Entertainment.
- Seneca Resorts is now the exclusive sports betting partner for the Buffalo Sabres.
- The tribal nation is planning to open three new sportsbooks in the upcoming weeks.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Seneca Resorts and Casinos established a new partnership with the Buffalo Sabres last week.
Details Of The Partnership
The deal with Seneca Resorts is not between the tribal nation and the Sabres themselves. The Sabres are owned by a parent company known as Pegula Sports and Entertainment. This partnership allows Seneca Resorts to do business with the Sabres.
Through this partnership, Seneca Resorts has become the exclusive sports betting partner for the Sabres. The Sabres are not the first to receive a sports betting partnership with Seneca Resorts. Back in September, the Buffalo Bills also received a sponsorship from Seneca Resorts. These partnerships likely have come about due to the fact that all parties involved are located in Buffalo.
New Sportsbooks Are Coming
The Seneca Nation is starting to make waves in New York sports betting. The tribal nation is planning to open three new sportsbooks in the upcoming weeks. This includes a new sportsbook in their casino in Buffalo.
This new partnership with the Sabres could allow Seneca Resorts to open a fourth sportsbook. The Sabres’ KeyBank Center has Seneca Sports Lounge in the arena. It is possible that the Seneca Nation could open a new sportsbook in the KeyBank Center itself. For now, no plans have been announced for such a thing to happen. Pegula Sports and Entertainment is currently focused on their new partnership with the Seneca Nation.
“The Seneca Sports Lounge has become a popular destination for premium ticketholders at KeyBank Center this season. We look forward to the opening of the sports lounges at Seneca’s three properties, which will create another attraction for Bills and Sabres fans,” said Dan Misko, vice president of business development for Pegula Sports and Entertainment.
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