BetRivers and Wells Fargo Center Will Unveil Sports Lounges at Flyers Home Opener

Wells Fargo Center Sports Lounge
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The Flyers’ home opener is Wednesday night against the New Jersey Devils and there are changes abound at the Wells Fargo Center. We’ve previously covered the standing-room-only ticketsvideo game areas, and overall improvements to the Center, but this newest announcement should be of interest to anyone looking to enjoy a multitude of games on screens while watching the games below.

As part of “Transformation 2020“, Wells Fargo Center and BetRivers will unveil two new, high-tech lounges to coincide with the Flyers’ home opener.

Valerie Camillo, President of Business Operations for the Flyers and Wells Fargo Center, said of the new lounges:

We are thrilled to launch our partnership with SugarHouse, soon to be Rivers Casino and, through these sport lounges which will undoubtedly elevate the game day experience at the Wells Fargo Center. Both spaces are stunning additions to what has already been the most transformative phase of our renovation project and we know our fans will be delighted with the design and experience.

The mentioning of SugarHouse’s transition to BetRivers is something we previously covered, as was Wells Fargo Center’s initial partnership with SugarHouse.

Per the official press release, Mattias Stetz, COO of Rush Street Interactive, the operator of the in-casino and online sportsbooks for SugarHouse, soon to be Rivers Casino Philadelphia expressed excitement:

We can’t wait for Philadelphia sports fans to experience these new sports lounges. We know how passionate this city is when it comes to sports and we took great care to make sure these lounges have everything guests need to watch and get in on the action as it’s happening.

Let’s take a look at the lounges and what they’ll feature. Sports Lounge

Wells Fargo Center Sports Lounge

The Sports Lounge, located on the New City Terrace, will face the arena’s bowl, allowing fans to watch the live action below, while taking in games on a massive LED wall that measures 22-feet long by 8-feet tall. The sports lounge, occupying nearly 6,500 square feet of space, will offer an open environment for fans to take in the game while betting online through the BetRivers Pennsylvania app.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia Sports Lounge

Wells Fargo Center Sports Lounge

The Rivers Casino Philadelphia Sports Lounge, located on the Main Concourse level, is located in the completely redesigned south end of the Wells Fargo Center. This 5,680 square foot lounge will feature ten 86″ screens grouped throughout seating areas, as well as odds boards and sixteen additional 65″ monitors at the bar.

If you’re heading down to the Flyers’ home opener and happen to check out either lounge, let us know what you think.

For more Flyers coverage, check out Snow The Goalie Radio Mondays from 5-6PM on 610 ESPN Philadelphia and subscribe to Snow The Goalie: A Flyers Podcast, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, GooglePlay, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also be sure to tune into The Press Row Show as Anthony and Russ live stream during pregame and the first and second intermission breaks of every Flyers home game live from press row of the Wells Fargo Center via the Crossing Broad Facebook page and Twitter.

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  • Diesel Dixxx October 9, 2019 at 11:45 am

    I am mystified by people that pay for game tickets to sit at a bar and watch it on a tv. To each their own I suppose.

    • ts October 9, 2019 at 1:02 pm

      you basically just wrote what I came into here to write! My question is, can you see the ice/court from where these “lounges” are located, because if not, then yeah, why buy tickets, pay for parking, deal with traffic, and then sit in a lounges and watch the game on TV???


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