Wind Creek Casino in Chicago Bulls Deal to Be Its Official Casino

Wind Creek Hospitality has announced its Wind Creek Chicago Southland Casino and Resort is to be the Official Casino of the top US basketball side the Chicago Bulls who play in the NBA.

This partnership is a multi-year deal and under the terms of the agreement, there will be Wind Creek signage around the basketball arena and visible on local television stations. Both parties are to offer fans promotions during games and also other entertainment opportunities.

The Wind Creek Chicago Southland Casino and Resort is not completed yet and is due to open next year. The new casino will be set in over 70,000 square feet of gaming floor and feature 56 casino game tables, and 1,350 slot machines.

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Once the casino is open to the public in 2023 Wind Creek and the Bulls have further plans to expand the partnership.

We are excited to partner with Wind Creek over the next few seasons to bring fans new in-arena competitions, social content and sweepstakes, This new partnership will support our ongoing efforts to further elevate the gameday experience for Bulls fans at the United Center and across our social platforms.

Mark LevittVice President of Business Development at Chicago Bulls

Wind Creek Hospitality is the representative arm of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, based out of the US state of Alabama. They operate several gaming properties throughout North America including Wind Creek Aruba, Wind Creek Atmore, Wind Creek Bethlehem, and Wind Creek Curacao.

As a new brand coming to the Chicagoland market, we believed it was important to establish a name for ourselves and a level of credibility with the local market as quickly as possible. Being a native of the region, I can’t imagine a better way to accomplish that task than to partner with the Bulls organization and introduce ourselves to one of the largest and most loyal fan bases in professional sports. It lets us enter the market with a huge voice.

Brent PinkstonChief Operating Officer of Wind Creek Hospitality