Three Rivers opens Sportsbook

Dec. 8, 2021 - Three Rivers Casino Resort announced on Monday the opening of a new gaming opportunity for visitors- a Sportsbook.
The Sportsbook is centrally located next to the nonsmoking gaming floor, sports bar and Riverside Food court and features a 200 square foot LED wall that is the largest sportsbook screen in the state.
Rich Colton, Director of Marketing, Three Rivers Casino Resorts, said “We are very pleased with how the Sportsbook has turned out. Most of the renovation was completed in house by our facilities team. Our guests are going to have a great time watching the games and placing bets on their favorite professional or collegiate teams. This gives the resort one more amenity to offer our guests, and we couldn’t be happier”
Three Rivers Casino Resort has worked on this project for more than a year with ISI Race and Sports, from Las Vegas, a global provider of turnkey race and sportsbook software and solutions since 1999.
Rick Ray, Director of Gaming, Three Rivers Casino Resorts, said “First, I’d like to thank our loyal guests for being so patient while we prepared our Sportsbook for opening.  Before we opened we wanted to make sure that we could offer the best possible experience for our sports bettors, and we feel we’ve done that with our six easy-to-use kiosks and our 200 square foot LED wall with the ability to show up to six games at once.  I am confident that we have succeeded, and I am excited for our loyal guests and new guests alike.”
Owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, Three Rivers Casino Resort has strong ties to the surrounding community along the Central Oregon Coast. As one of the largest employers in the area, Three Rivers provides resources and opportunities for both tribal and non-tribal members of the region.
In addition to providing local jobs, Three Rivers sponsors local arts programs for both professional and children’s theater and donates to dozens of local and regional nonprofit organizations. For more information visit