DraftKings, CQ Holding Company to open new retail sportsbook at Casino Queen in St. Louis
March 23, 2022
DraftKings and CQ Holding Company, Inc. will formally open a new permanent retail sportsbook at Casino Queen on March 29 and it is reported as big as 6,000-square-foot.
With a 60-foot video wall, dozens of high-definition televisions, a VIP section, and more than 30 betting kiosks, the premium sports betting facility will give a one-of-a-kind sports betting and viewing experience.
Two years ago, DraftKings and CQ Holding Company began their partnership and launched a temporary DrakftKing retail sportsbook at Casino Queen.
The state-of-the-art DraftKings at Casino Queen Sportsbook will be only steps away from the casino floor, providing a gaming experience unlike any other in the region.
Players will be able to wager on a number of professional and college sports via 38 kiosks and five betting windows, all of which are equipped with cutting-edge sports wagering technology.
Sports fans who are eager to catch their favorite games will be able to watch live action on a 60-foot video board and 31 giant high-definition TVs.
In addition, a range of new plush, lounge-style seating options, private booths, stadium seats, and VIP spaces will give ideal comforts for the customers.
Within the DraftKings at Casino Queen Sportsbook, visitors may also enjoy a unique food and drinking experience. The custom-designed bar will have modern components as well as industrial touches.
"Through the amazing support of, and collaboration with, Casino Queen, we have created a premier destination for guests to enjoy for years to come."
Teaming up with JCJ Architecture
JCJ Architecture, a nationally known planning, architecture, and interior design expert, teamed with DraftKings at Casino Queen to bring this passionate vision into realization.
JCJ Architectural is a multi-disciplined planning, architecture, and interior design firm that serves both public and private sector customers.
They try to resolve and manifest project attributes into constructed form by balancing owner/client goals, functional objectives, and physical context with project scope, restrictions, and possibilities.
They view design as a collaborative process in which they work together to enhance the value of places and spaces that benefit communities, companies, institutions, organizations, and individuals.
Previously, JCJ has overseen hundreds of gaming and hospitality projects in the United States and abroad.
The firm's experience, comprehensive services, and collective knowledge are divided into two categories: commercial (which includes gaming, entertainment, hospitality, hotel, retail, and workplace) and institutional (which provides for K-12 education, higher education, civic, community, arts & culture, and public safety/justice).