“Valiant” screened before Sunday’s game at T-Mobile Arena. A couple of thousand ticketholders braved traffic and road closures to watch the long-in-the-works documentary.
James Holzhauer held off Emma Boettcher, a Chicago librarian who ended his 32-game win streak on the popular quiz show, to win the $250,000 first prize.
The movie, chronicling the team’s inaugural season, will premiere before Sunday’s game inside T-Mobile Arena.
James Holzhauer is halfway to being crowned the winner of the “Jeopardy!” Tournament of Champions after dominating the first game Thursday in his rematch with Emma Boettcher.
When the Raiders relocate to Las Vegas next year, fans hungry for action will be able to satisfy another kind of hunger while feeling right at home.
James Holzhauer will take on Emma Boettcher and the winner of Wednesday’s Tournament of Champions last semifinal Thursday and Friday in the two-day championship match.
A victory by Holzhauer will send him to the two-day Tournament of Champions final against Emma Boettcher, who ended his 32-game win streak on the quiz show on June 3.
Orders being taken now at D Las Vegas for these 36-ounce, dry-aged cuts to be served Dec. 1-21.
Assembling a sports-betting feifdom has been a top priority of D Las Vegas co-owners Derek and Greg Stevens for years.
His heart was in Las Vegas long before Carroll Shelby, portrayed by Matt Damon in the upcoming movie “Ford v Ferrari,” consolidated his automotive empire and moved it to the valley.