Caesars Sportsbook app is now available in ten states and Washington, D.C., and the company is launching a multi-million-dollar marketing campaign to correspond with the launch. The advertisements will feature actor-comedian JB Smoove as Caesar as well as Patton Oswalt as Carl, an avid fan of the app. New members can place their first bet risk-free up to $5,000. Terms and conditions apply.
“Sports bettors deserve a sports betting experience that treats them like royalty,” said Chris Holdren, Co-President of Caesars Digital. “In our world, everyone’s an emperor, and the Caesars Sportsbook app delivers an experience worthy of them. We invite people to play with us online, stay with us at our resorts and experience their favorite sports in new ways through our unparalleled partnerships.”
Which States Have The Caesars Sportsbook App?
In April 2021, Caesars Entertainment acquired William Hill PLC, and has since decided to rebrand all William Hill apps to Caesars Sportsbook to combine the two operators and streamline the sports betting offerings. Here is a list of the available states with Caesars Sportsbook, powered by its in-house Liberty technology:
In jurisdictions where in-person registration is required, the sportsbook app will be called Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill. These areas include:
Pending regulatory approval, Caesars Sportsbook is expected to launch in the following states as well:
What To Expect From Caesars Sportsbook
Caesars Entertainment is the official betting partner of the NFL, giving the company exclusive access to stats and data. Caesars Sportsbook also has partnerships with the NBA, NHL, and MLB, as well as many sports teams, including the New Orleans Saints.
One of the most notable additions to the Caesars Sportsbook compared to William Hill is the integration of Caesars Rewards. Every real-money bet placed through the sports betting app awards the bettor with points that can be redeemed for cash prizes, travel rewards, and beyond.
Otherwise, Caesars Sportsbook is generally the same as William Hill, with a huge market depth that includes both mainstream and more obscure sports. The live betting technology is highly reliable for in-play wagers as well, which can’t be said for some of its competing platforms.
New players will most likely be attracted to the new online sportsbook by the risk-free first bet offer. Bettors can receive up to $5,000 back on a losing wager, which is more than double the next highest risk-free bet offer of $2,000 from PointsBet.