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Casino M8trix to Host Ultim8te Fantasy Football Draft Bash

Casino M8trix, the premier gaming and entertainment destination for Silicon Valley, will officially kick off today the 2014 NFL season as San Jose and Silicon Valley’s epicenter for Ultim8te Fantasy Football Draft Bash.

No matter who your favorite players are, Casino M8trix is the premier destination for all Fantasy Football competitors to pick their teams for the upcoming season. Casino M8trix will host your league’s draft event in a private suite in the facility’s glamorous high-rise tower just off Highway 101 near the San Jose International Airport and minutes from downtown San Jose.

Several options are on the Casino M8trix VIP Menu to make the most of your Ultim8te Fantasy Football Draft Bash party, including:

  • The “Kickoff” Package, which includes a two-hour room reservation, Buffalo wings, nachos, assorted soft drinks and a bucket of domestic beers for $400, based on a ten person party.
  • The “Field Goal” Package, which includes a three-hour room reservation, vegetable crudité, soft pretzels, hot dogs, Buffalo wings, ice cream bars and assorted soft drinks and domestic, imported and craft beers for $650, based on a ten person party.
  • The “Touchdown” Package, which includes a three-hour room reservation, Caesar salad, nachos supreme, beef sliders, hot dogs, Buffalo wings, ice cream bars, assorted soft drinks, domestic, imported and craft beers, and premium liquor and mixes for $1,000, based on a ten person party.

Fantasy Draft Attendants and Personal Bartenders will also be available to serve attendees for an additional service fee. Football fans are encouraged to book their Ultim8te Fantasy Football Draft Bash, as space is limited. For more information and to make reservations call Amy at 408-244-3333 x126.

Who: Fantasy Football Team Owners and Commissioners from across Silicon Valley

What: Ultim8te Fantasy Football Draft Bash

When: Starting Tuesday, July 22, 2014, until the start of the regular NFL season

Where: Casino M8trix, 1887 Matrix Blvd., San Jose, CA 95110. Just off Highway 101 near the San Jose International Airport and minutes from downtown San Jose.

About Casino M8trix

Casino M8trix is the high-tech, high-touch entertainment destination for San Jose and Silicon Valley. Located just off Highway 101 near the San Jose International Airport and minutes from downtown San Jose, Casino M8trix offers exciting card games from poker to blackjack, and Baccarat to Pai Gow. The casino features a variety of dining options, including the Zone 8 Sports Bar and Grill with a diverse menu of American and Asian fare and your favorite draft beers, wines and spirits, and giant flat screen televisions throughout showcasing the latest news and biggest sporting events; the Noodle Ba noodle kitchen, which serves regional dishes from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam; the Lotus Café, offering freshly brewed fine coffees and teas along with Asian-influenced sandwiches and pastries; and the Epic Bar, located in the heart of the casino. Plus, high atop the Casino M8trix tower is the Valley’s first state-of-the-art luxury Karaoke lounge along with three floors of flexible event space for wedding receptions, birthday parties, anniversaries and corporate events.

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