First SIGA Casinos sports bar now open to provide next level guest entertainment

First SIGA Casinos sports bar now open to provide next level guest entertainment

Sevens Sports Bar, at Dakota Dunes Casino, near Saskatoon, provides ultimate fan experience

March 8, 2023 – Saskatoon, SK – The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) held an official grand-opening last night for its first sports bar location at Dakota Dunes Casino on Whitecap Dakota First Nation.

The new Sevens Sports Bar is the place to be for all sports fans, featuring 124 seats including luxury seating, 11 big screen TVs, including a Saskatchewan sized jumbo television, and a full dining menu.

Sports fans can also bet on their favourite sports teams while watching the game, by scanning the QR codes in the sports bar and placing a bet on their mobile phones at PlayNow.com.

“SIGA has been in the casino entertainment industry for over 25 years and we’ve reached maturity in the market with 7 casinos throughout the province,” said SIGA President and CEO Zane Hansen. “As we look to next phase of SIGAs development with enhanced entertainment options at our casino locations and online gaming and sports betting offerings, it makes sense to open this sports bar to provide even more entertainment value to our SIGA Casino guests.”

SIGA will potentially be extending the Sevens Sports bar theme to other SIGA Casinos in the future.

About SIGA
SIGA operates casinos in seven locations including Dakota Dunes Resort & Casino on Whitecap Dakota First Nation near Saskatoon, the Northern Lights Casino on the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Prince Albert, Gold Eagle Casino on the Mosquito First Nation in North Battleford, Living Sky Casino on the Nekaneet First Nation in Swift Current, the Painted Hand Casino on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Yorkton, the Bear Claw Casino on the White Bear First Nation near Carlyle and Gold Horse Casino on Little Pine Cree Nation in Lloydminster.

SIGA’s mission is to strengthen the lives of First Nation people through employment, economic growth, positive community relations and achieving financial self-reliance. A non-profit organization, all net profits from SIGA’s casino operations go to local First Nation communities, community development corporations and the province’s general revenue fund. Sharing Success with Saskatchewan communities. SIGA.ca


For more information, please contact:
Alanna Adamko
Director of Communications & Media Relations
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

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