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Sunset Station Unveiled All-New State-of-the-Art STN Sportsbook 

The Henderson casino unveiled one of the city’s largest sports viewing screens, a bold new design, over-the-top visuals and a massive audiovisual experience. 

Photos by Debbie Hall

STN Sports sportsbook opening at Sunset Station on Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Henderson. (Photo by David Becker)

Sunset Station unveiled a game-changing transformation of the property’s all-new race and sportsbook with a ribbon-cutting at 9:15 a.m. and a first bet following. City Councilmembers Jim Seebock, Carrie Cox, Dan Shaw, and Dan Stewart were in attendance welcoming guests on behalf of the city, and former Raiders running back Napoleon McCallum cast the first bet on the Raiders winning the 2025 Super Bowl. Ribbon cutters included Jordan Seager, Vice President and General Manager of Sunset Station; Jason McCormick, Vice President of Race and Sports; Cindy Hughlett, Race and Sportsbook Manager and Steven Tan; Sunset Station Employee of the Year. 

Jordan Seager, Vice President and General Manager of Sunset Station, thanked all those involved in renovating the race and sportsbook, including partner and contractors Martin-Harris Construction and the design and construction team, whom he worked with over the last nine months to get it to where it is today.

Henderson City Council Councilwoman Cox (R-Ward 3) presented a proclamation during STN Sports opening (Photo by David Becker)

“I also want to give a huge shout-out and thank you to the Station Casinos executives too. Their vision and creative ability—in support of this time—are amazing. We’re so grateful for that. Last but not least, I want to thank the sunset team members. This station will be part of the community for 27 years next month, and the team members here do an amazing job of giving great service over and over again.”

Henderson City Council Councilwoman Cox (R-Ward 3) presented a proclamation before the ribbon cutting and opening to the public.

The high-design and technologically advanced STN Sportsbook is poised to become the ultimate Henderson destination for guests seeking a premium sports viewing hot spot and convenient betting locale. The stunning 12,000-square-foot STN Sportsbook offers a dramatically new look and welcomes in the next era of sportsbook experiences with a panoramic 152-foot LED screen wall, tiered VIP seating, comfortable lounge areas, a dynamic bar scene, high-definition screens at every turn, and seamless betting options for guests.  

The unmatched audiovisual experience features a 152-foot LED wall (totaling over 48 million pixels), comprising seven wide video screens that allow for multiple event viewing with up to 30 feeds at any given time. Over 40 additional LED TVs placed throughout the venue offer prime viewing, and four separate audio zones provide immersive surround sound. A 144-foot odds ticker wraps around the bar for the latest odds at a glance. Yaham manufactured the high-tech digital screen displays.  

Convenient betting options begin with Station Casino’s signature personalized over-the-counter retail service, ten conveniently located betting kiosks, and easy sign-up and activation for the STN Sports mobile app.  

Sunset Station’s new hub for sports viewing, action, and socializing begins with a grand sense of arrival: deep red plaid carpets offer visual interest, and comfortable leather seating delivers a luxury stadium “box” experience. Illuminated soffits, coffered ceilings, custom millwork, and an amphitheater perspective provide an immersive backdrop for game-day fun.   

Whether enjoying a game or grabbing cocktails, seating options at the new STN Sportsbook abound. Guests can enjoy lounge areas with sofa groupings, bar-height tables in the lounge, or comfortable leather lounge chairs on the floor. Two raised VIP sections enclosed by glass pony walls ensure unobstructed sightlines and prime viewing. Race fans can enjoy 19 race carrels featuring two personal TVs.  

At the heart of the Sportsbook is the racetrack-shaped Taj Mahal quartzite bar, which offers 34 bartop games, a diverse cocktail menu and draft beer, its own TV screens, and plenty of beverage options. Guests at the STN Sportsbook bar can enjoy a selection of draft beers, canned beers, and seltzers alongside specialty cocktails like the Sin City Spritz, featuring Tito’s, peach, orange, cranberry, and sparkling wine.   

To kick off the new venue the Sportsbook will offer the following promotions and specials:  

Second Chance Baseball Drawing 

Every Losing Wager on MLB Baseball will award an entry into a weekly Friday drawing for a chance to win $1,000 cash, local game tickets and dining points.  

Weekly Specials 

Every Tuesday and Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. guests will enjoy STN Sports Bar drink specials featuring $2 domestic $3 imports and $3 shot add-ons.   

Baseball Tailgate Features

Starting every Monday, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. guests can enjoy a Baseball tailgate.  

Budweiser Bucket of five for $15 

Stadium Combo $10 – Budweiser, Shot of Jameson, Baseball Cap Snack Tray (Cracker Jack, Big League Chew, Jack Link Beef Stick)

Tailgate Cooler $12 – Served in a 22oz Souvenir Cup, Jameson Orange, Aperol, Strawberry, Lemon, Ginger Ale 

The property’s transformation began in the fall of 2023 and will continue to develop on a rolling timeline throughout the year. Guests are welcome to explore the new STN Sportsbook, casino renovation, and all of its upgraded amenities starting today, Thursday, May 16. This new renovation is part of Station Casinos’ ongoing reinvestment in its portfolio of off-Strip luxury resorts and neighborhood casinos. 

The STN Sportsbook will be open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Friday and from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For more information and details, visit and follow on social media @sunsetstation. 

Debbie Hall
Debbie Hall
Debbie Hall is a writer, editor, content provider and broadcaster. She has called Southern Nevada home since 1978 and has been honored to attend and report on the changes in Las Vegas and surrounding areas. She continues to tell the story of Southern Nevada for generations to come.
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