Caesars Sportsbook Review

Caesars Billboard

Introduction 

The clue is in the name. Caesars. A sportsbook whose roots are in the gambling capital of the world – Nevada. It was 1937 when Bill Harrah opened a single bingo parlor in Reno but little did he know as the time that bingo parlor would eventually grow into the biggest gambling conglomerate in the world.  

Now they operate as an organization that provides, in their words, ‘entertainment’ and as part of that they offer a sportsbook that, unsurprisingly, is among the biggest and best on the planet. And you’ll also be unsurprised to learn that they don’t go about it quietly. They are Caesars after all. 

In truth, they are relative newbies to this form of betting, but having acquired William Hill for $4 billion in 2021, they then went about rebranding it in their own inimitable style and voila! … Caesars sportsbook was born. 

Quite what Wiliam Hill himself, who founded the company in London in 1934, would make of it I shudder to think, but what it meant was that the iconic brand of Caesars was able to enter the world of sports betting by hitting the ground running. 

That William Hill was already worldwide and had the infrastructure in place made Caesars’ life so much easier than it could have been if they were starting from scratch. And, to be fair, they have made the most of a solid, tried-and-tested infrastructure. 

Based on William Hill’s initial reach across the US, Caesars have been able to build upon it and now are legal in 20 states.     

21+. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER 


Caesars State Availability 

As mentioned in the intro of this review, the fact Caesars were able to tap into what William Hill were already offering has made things considerably easier. Their reach across the US now stands at 20 states, plus DC and Ontario with the prospect of more to come, so don’t be surprised if, before long, they have a presence in all 26 betting-legal states. 

They also have quality geo-tech in place, which makes betting a seamless process if you are in one of the 20 states – a high-tech piece of kit called GeoComply. There is no need to download it for the app – it’s built into the software – although if you’re attempting to use the app via a desktop, you will need to download a GeoComply plugin. Don’t stress … just a couple of clicks.  

What I wasn’t able to stress-test is whether or not there is a seam-less crossover when you move from one ’legal’ state to another, or if a new login is required. But what I do know is you may still be able to access your account to do other stuff regardless of where you are – like add funds and check results etc. 

For a complete list of said states, look no further… 

  • Arizona 
  • Colorado 
  • Illinois 
  • Indiana  
  • Iowa  
  • Kansas 
  • Kentucky 
  • Louisiana 
  • Maine 
  • Maryland 
  • Massachusetts 
  • Michigan 
  • Nevada 
  • New Jersey 
  • New York 
  • Ohio 
  • Pennsylvania 
  • Tennessee 
  • Virginia 
  • West Virginia 
  • Wyoming 

Not forgetting the District of Columbia and Ontario (Canada). 

Availability

Availability
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A good range of states on offer here, and the reach of Caesars’ sportsbook is only ever going to get bigger.
A good range of states on offer here, and the reach of Caesars’ sportsbook is only ever going to get bigger.
8/10

Sign Up Process 

Right… so… you’ve decided that the glamor and glitz of Caesars is for you and you’re desperate to have a piece of their bonus for new customers.   

Well, while they have a desktop presence, you need to upload the app to bet. And if you do it via the link on the desktop you get called an Emperor! (Caesars … Emperor … get it?). Obviously you’re then given a choice of Android or iOS. 

Once you have the app loaded you’re on your way.  

Next you click the “register” button, where you’ll be asked to complete the following: 

  • Name 
  • Address  
  • Mobile phone number   
  • Date of birth 

From there you then need to… 

  • Create a password 
  • Answer two security questions 
  • Provide the last four digits of your social security number 
  • Add in any promotional codes 

You’re nearly there, but before the account is created there are a few boxes to tick … the usual stuff like Ts & Cs, age confirmation etc. 

Once you click “Submit” you’re done, but you will be encouraged to add an extra layer of security, which Caesars call Two Factor Authentication (or 2FA). I don’t consider it uncool for me to suggest that you set this up.  

To do so you’ll be prompted to enter a one-off code that you’ll receive by text to the cell number you’ve provided … simply enter the code and it’s done. In some states – New Jersey is one – this step is compulsory.  

At this point, everything should be fine and good to go, but occasionally Caesars will ask you for additional information in order to validate your identity. When this occurs, they will ask you provide them two items: 

  1. Government issued ID with photograph
  2. A utility bill 

These can be uploaded electronically [My Account > Secure Document Upload] at which point the documents will be manually reviewed by Caesars’ support team who will ping you an email once they have confirmed you are who you say you are. 

Make sense? 

Sign Up Process

Sign Up Process
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All in all, a pretty straightforward and painless process; one that is among the most intuitive of all the big sportsbooks.  
All in all, a pretty straightforward and painless process; one that is among the most intuitive of all the big sportsbooks.  
9/10

Payment Options 

You’ll not be surprised to learn that Caesars offer plenty of payment and withdrawal options. Their desire to make the Caesars betting experience as user-friendly as possible extends to the ins and out of funds, where they offer more options than any other sportsbook I have reviewed. 

They have imposed a $10 minimum limit for all deposits, but for withdrawals the minimum is just $1, which may sound daft, but I like it.  

To deposit funds is dead easy. Simply tap on your account details, hit ‘Deposit’ and then browse the list of available options. As things stand, these are… 

  • Debit Card 
  • Credit Card 
  • Caesars Sportsbook Prepaid Play+ Card 
  • eCheck (ACH) 
  • Online Banking 
  • PayPal 
  • Venmo 
  • Apple Pay 

As always, it’s infinitely easier to deposit funds than it is to withdraw them – such is life – but Caesars have done their best to make their payout process as painless and as speedy as possible.  

Withdrawing Funds 

Plenty to like here, including more withdrawal options than most of the big-name sportsbooks, and a process designed to make life as straightforward as possible for those who have funds to withdraw.  

The $1 minimum withdrawal limit is a nice touch, and while it may appear trivial and insignificant, I like the fact that a betting giant is still thinking and catering for the small-time bettor. As one of those, I guess I would say that! 

So, where was I? Ah.. the withdrawal times. Here we go:   

Withdrawal Method Processing Time 
Debit Card  1-3 business days  
Credit Card 1-5 business days 
Caesars Sportsbook Prepaid Play+ Card Within 24 hours 
eCheck (ACH) 2-5 business days 
Online Banking 1-5 business days 
PayPal Within 24 hours 
Venmo Within 24 hours 

Obviously Caesars would like you to use their own prepayment card, and it’s no surprise the withdrawal times for it are very good but, equally, good old PayPal and Venmo give them a run for their money.  

Payout Speed

Payout Speed
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This is all pretty good. A good range of options for both payments and withdrawals and payout times that are among the best out there.  
This is all pretty good. A good range of options for both payments and withdrawals and payout times that are among the best out there.  
8/10

Sports Markets 

Aussie, Rules, Baseball, Basketball (NBA, WNBA, NCAAB), Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Football (NFL, NCAAF, CFL), Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey (NBA, NCAAH), UFC/MMA, Lacrosse, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Soccer, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball.   

While this is not the most complete list of sports compared to some of the other books I’ve reviewed, it’s a more than satisfactory one. As ever, the list published above is at a snapshot in time and it’s worth noting that these lists are seasonal and are an ever-changing feast. There is, for example, no F1 on the above list, but there will be when the season begins. So, literally, watch this space. 

But there’s cricket! And while I’m 99 per cent sure most of you don’t like it, I do! And besides, just because you don’t like it, there’s no reason not to have a small wager on it, right?   

As you can see above, the sports are easily accessible via an uncomplicated listing  listing that means any given sport is just a single click away. 

Sports Coverage

Sports Coverage
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This is pretty decent and the in-depth coverage of each sport is well and truly up there with the very best of them.    
This is pretty decent and the in-depth coverage of each sport is well and truly up there with the very best of them.    
8/10

Caesars Sportsbook App 

Available on both iOS and Android

While Caesars have a desktop presence, there is no ability on there to bet and instead they head you in the direction of their app – either iOS or Android. And what they have is pretty good, to be honest. The William Hill app was famous, or maybe infamous, for being a bit ‘crowded’ and had a feel of having too much info being crammed into one space, but no such problem with Caesars who have struck just the right balance between detail and style. It looks good, has (in my experience) fast and reliable functionality and offers a good, all-round betting experience.       

As you can see above, they have produced a template that is uncomplicated and relies on the trusty old black background with white (and green) graphics. All of this is, of course, down to personal preference, but for me it’s absolutely fine.  

Mobile App Experience

Mobile App Experience
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The app has good, easy-to-use functionality, plenty of betting options and is pleasing on the eye. Nothing here not to like.
The app has good, easy-to-use functionality, plenty of betting options and is pleasing on the eye. Nothing here not to like.
9/10

Promotions 

Caesars are Caesars after all, so you’ll not be surprised to learn that they are not messing about with their promos. Even though there are not loads. 

These are updated on a daily basis, so let’s for now, take you through those on offer at the time of this review to give you a flavor of what they offer. Unsurprisingly, given the time of year of this review, these promos are NFL-heavy. 

But we’ll start, as is traditional, with their Bonus Bet promo for new users…  

Caesars Sportsbook $1000 Promo – New Users 

This one is for new customers who by setting up an account and placing their first bet, can win up to $1000 worth of bonus bets for their account. 

If you think it sounds too good to be true (the $1000 bit) then you’re probably right, but it’s still a good offer. 

Let me explain…  

Basically, no rocket science around this one, when you have created your account and placed your first-ever bet on Caesars, regardless of which state you are betting in, you are entitled to a bonus bet to the value of that first bet, even if it isn’t a winning one. So, yeah, you’ll get $1000 worth of one-time bonus bets but only if your first bet was made with a  stake of $1000. But… you know… nothing wrong with betting small. 

The usual caveats apply, of course, including the need to place your bet within 30 days of setting up the account, but you’re free to bet on any sport for that first bet, albeit it must be a single rather than a multiple-layer bet. Once the bonus has been awarded, you have to use the credit within 14 days, which shouldn’t be too difficult! 

Bet the Board 

Another one for the NFL fans. 

So… in this promo, which has been replicated on a weekly basis throughout the NFL regular season, Caesars take 10 games and if you place a wager on them all – as small as you like – you are offered, as a reward, some bonus bets.  

This promotion will continue through the wild card games, the playoffs and, obviously, the Super Bowl, where I’m guessing they will offer different bets for that one game. 

The type of bonuses on offer will change from week to week but, for example, in the promo shown above, if you placed a $25 wager on the point spread on each of the ten games and won in seven of the ten you would win $125 in bonus bets. For a $250 stake, the same outcome would yield $1250 of bonus bets.     

Peyton and Eli’s Super Bowl LVIII Giveaway 

Another for the NFL and Super Bowl lovers…  

This one’s a bit different, and relies on you having an account with Caesars (sportsbook or casino), where by winning you earn what they call Tier Credits (part of their loyalty reward scheme – more on that later). 

Essentially, even if you have no credits but you have a Caesars account, you can register to have a chance of winning one of “60 winners who will receive a share of over $100,000 in prizes including Super Bowl LVIII tickets, stays at Caesars Palace, Reward Credits, and more”. 

Among these prizes, as the name of the promo suggests, is a meet-and-greet with NFL legends Peyton and Eli Manning.  

For the duration of the promo, you will earn more entries into the draw – one for every per 25 Tier Credits earned – although there’s no necessity beyond that initial free entry. But if you bet, you pick up those credits automatically.  

Promotions

Promotions
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While these promos are clearly NFL-centric, they are still pretty good and, as I said earlier, these are just a sample. Over the year, the other big US sports will be covered.  
While these promos are clearly NFL-centric, they are still pretty good and, as I said earlier, these are just a sample. Over the year, the other big US sports will be covered.  
6/10

Betting Options 

It’s a given that Caesars will cover all of the basics – if they didn’t they wouldn’t be among the most famous sportsbooks in the world – but what else do they have on offer? And do they have anything in their locker that the others don’t? 

Well, to be honest, the answer is no, but there are some things they do better than most. Makes no sense? Let me explain…  

How to Bet 

Well, first of all, one thing that I really liked was their ‘how to’ betting guide that is available on both desktop and mobile.   

While this is not a betting option per se, I felt I had to mention it as it’s something that not all of them do and, certainly, no one does it better. A single click on the sport of your choice takes you through to a page that explains in detail the basics and the intricacies of betting in that particular field. For example… 

Try it … even if you think you know the lot. It’s good. 

Live Betting Markets 

Live betting is a big part of what Caesars offer their customers and is something that, in common with almost all of the big sportsbooks, they do very well. If a match/game/event is marked as ‘LIVE’ then you’re good to go and place a bet while the action is taking place.  

In my experience, all of the big US sports are covered by this feature as well as soccer and tennis, both of which are popular sports for this type of betting.  

For me, the buzz of a live bet is irresistible, and Caesars have catered well for me and others like me. 

Live Streaming 

Live streaming has become a core part of the services provided by the big sportsbooks but there has always been a couple of major and significant flaws: 

  1. The sports covered were ‘secondary’ – like European basketball, pro tennis and La Liga soccer – and the big US sports, especially the biggest, have not been close to being part of the equation.  
  1. There has always been a time lag. For those who have logged on just to watch the action, a time lag of anywhere between eight seconds and one minutes didn’t present a problem, but it did for those who wanted to bet ‘live’.  

But, in the words of the great Bob Dylan, the times they are a-changin’.  

Caesars (and Fanatics) have done what seemed impossible. They have brought to their customers, live streaming of the NFL and, better still, have brought it to them with a lag of only between three to seven seconds. 

How have they done it? Well, they have brokered a deal with Genius Sports – a sports data company partnered with the NFL – who have a product called BetVision, which does all of the above! And yes, it is a game-changer.   

The usual caveats apply, including it only being available in the states where betting is legal, but it’s a quality feature for those able to use it.  

Cashout  

Caesars do cashouts. No surprise there. No surprise either that they make a good job of it. All the big players do.  

Early Cash Out, as they call it, is a useful tool when, or if, you wish to settle your bet before the event or game is finished. It’s a way of hedging you bets – either locking in a reduced profit or opting to cut your losses in real time. 

It’s available on most markets but always check before you bet if you’re unsure if this facility is available. It is available on straight bets, parlays and everything in between, and you can use Caesars’ Early Cash Out on a wide range of sports. 

The option is there to check on the ‘live’ amount available if you cash out, so it becomes a judgement call on your part. If you like flexibility in your betting, this may be the best Caesars route for you to take.  

Standard Bet Types

In addition to all of the above, Caesars offer every other ‘traditional’ bet that’s available on all of the other major sportsbook. In case you’re wondering… 

  • Moneylines  
  • Spreads  
  • Totals (Over/Under)  
  • Props 
  • Parlays 
  • Same Game Parlays 
  • Round Robins 
  • Alternate Lines 
  • Teasers 
  • Futures 

Betting Options

Betting Options
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A more-than-adequate selection but, as with their rivals Fanatics, it includes a pièce de résistance in the form of live NFL betting while watching a stream.  
A more-than-adequate selection but, as with their rivals Fanatics, it includes a pièce de résistance in the form of live NFL betting while watching a stream.  
8/10

Customer Reward Scheme 

So, this is something that Caesars do well and is something I’ve already touched upon in the promos section. It’s a two-fold rewards scheme –  Reward Credits and Tier Credits. And don’t worry … it’s not as complicated as it sounds. 

Basically, like most rewards scheme, it’s a way of rewarding customers for their loyalty by giving them points for bets, which can be exchanged for ‘stuff’ further down the line. For most sportsbooks, that stuff is bonus bets but for Caesars the range of treats on offer is a bit more glamorous, with things like hotel stays, dinner etc 

Rewards like this…   

So what are the difference between Reward Credits and Tier Credits? Good question. 

Well… it seems that Reward Credits are the currency used by Caesars for their loyalty rewards and can be used for bonus cash (note – not just bonus bets) while using the app (also for free play in person if you happen to be one of their casinos). They can also be used for, in their words, “hotel stays, dining, and more at all Caesars Rewards destinations and select Caesars Rewards partners”.  

They are earned by playing on the app (and most of their retail locations, casino gaming, hotel, dining, and entertainment activities at over 50 Caesars destinations). 

Tier Credits are a bit different. To put it simply as I can, what tier you’re on when you bet determines how many reward credits you earn, and the higher the tier the higher the credits. The Tier Credits that you earn in a calendar year add up to your annual Tier Score, which are again based on your casino gaming, hotel, dining, and entertainment activities at said 50 Caesars rewards destinations. 

Customer loyalty rewards are also available for referral of other to the Caesars brand. You can earn up to a maximum of $1000 in bonus bets by referring up to ten friends as $100 a pop.    

Customer Rewards

Customer Rewards
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These are good – just as you would expect from Caesars. In addition to bonus bets, Caesars offer tangible rewards, like dinner and hotel stays.  
These are good – just as you would expect from Caesars. In addition to bonus bets, Caesars offer tangible rewards, like dinner and hotel stays.  
8/10

Caesars Customer Support 

Like all good sportsbooks, Caesars take their customer care seriously and offer plenty of options. As you’d expect, they provide their customers with a 24/7 service, which includes both a telephone helpline and a live chat facility, but what is really impressive is a help page that attempts to cover all basis in some detail. It looks like this…  

Click on any of those links and you open up a page that is crammed full of information and does its very best to negate the need for you to contact them. 

Obviously that’s not possible for every query, especially where your cash is concerned, so then there is the choice of their customer helpline – (855) 474-0606 – or the live chat facility, which can be clicked on via a link on the app or desktop site.  

In my experience, the live help is good – swift, efficient etc. – but, as ever, there are some horror stories online from customers who have not had their queries satisfactorily resolved. I have to speak as I find. 

The live help customer support page looks a lot like this… 

In truth, the live chat option is best used for queries that are relatively simple but I’d recommend the email for matters that are complex and for which a formal record is needed.  

Customer Support

Customer Support
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Most bases are covered here, with the FAQ page being particularly in depth and helpful. Their live chat was also good.
Most bases are covered here, with the FAQ page being particularly in depth and helpful. Their live chat was also good.
9/10

Caesars Responsible Gambling 

All sportsbooks go big on this now – to not do so would not only be a bad look but would set them apart from their rivals – so it’s no surprise that Caesars do this very well, and pay it considerably more than just lip service.  

As each state is covered by a different set of gaming and gambling rules, their statement, and its wording, will differ slightly depending on where you are reading their ‘Responsible Gambling’ information. But, take it from me, it’s thorough and ticks every box. 

Below we have produced ad verbatim all of the information provided for customers in Pennsylvania but other than the obvious references, the bulk of this will apply to customers across the US:  

Responsible Gaming – Sports Wagering and iGaming 

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is committed to ensuring sports betting is offered within the state in a safe, fun, and entertaining way. Therefore, it provides a helpline and referral service for those who are or might be exhibiting compulsive gambling behavior. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, Call 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537). 

Please note, in Pennsylvania, it is unlawful for any individual who is under 21 years of age or is noticeably intoxicated or impaired to engage in sports wagering. Caesars Sportsbook reserves the right to institute repercussion for any individuals suspected of being an underage player. 

Repercussions may include immediate stoppage of play, account closure, and confiscation of winnings. 

Rules of Responsible Gambling 

The decision to gamble is a personal choice. No one should feel pressure to gamble – from others or themselves. Gambling should not be perceived as essential to having a good time. There are times when people should not gamble. Certain emotional states can heighten the risks associated with gambling. Avoid gambling when feeling lonely, angry, depressed, stressed, or when coping with the death of a loved one. Similarly, gambling should not be used as a way to solve personal or family problems, or to impress others. Never gamble when it interferes with work or family responsibilities, when in recovery for addictive disorders or dependencies, when the gambling is illegal, or when trying to make up for prior gambling losses. 

Click on the following links that can provide resources to prevent Underage and Problem Gambling: 

The Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania 

The National Council on Problem Gambling 

The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs’ Gambling Addiction Participating Provider List 

Gamblers Anonymous of PA 

The Board’s Office of Compulsive and Problem Gambling 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK(8255) 

Limit Setting and Self-Exclusion in the State of Pennsylvania 

Caesars Sportsbook empowers its players by offering them several limit options to enjoy their gaming experience responsibly. 

Caesars Sportsbook Limit setting capabilities are found in Account Settings and are subject to jurisdictional requirements. 

Self-Exclusion in the State of Pennsylvania 

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board offers self-exclusion programs to help individuals affected by problem gambling distance themselves from the temptation of gambling. Self-exclusion allows these individuals to voluntarily ban themselves from casinos, internet-based gambling, video gaming terminals and fantasy sports wagering. 

State of Pennsylvania State-Wide Self-Exclusion 

Self-exclusion allows a person to request to be excluded from legalized gaming activities within a casino and offsite venues, online, at VGT establishments or on fantasy contests. Individuals who enroll in self-exclusion are prohibited from collecting any winnings, recovering any losses or accepting complimentary gifts or services or any other thing of value from a licensee or operator. Further information on PA Self-Exclusion can be found at this site: https://responsibleplay.pa.gov/self-exclusion/ 

Caesars Sportsbook Self-Exclusion 

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Caesars Sportsbook customers can self-exclude from further wagering with Caesars Sportsbook for a minimum of twelve (12) months from the date of acknowledgement of enrollment if they feel at risk of developing gambling¬ related problems. Patrons may exclude directly through the application or by mailing in a Caesars Sportsbook Self¬ 

Exclusion form found here. 

Caesars Sportsbook Self-Exclusion program will ban the requestor from all Pennsylvania-based Caesars Sportsbooks, as well as the mobile application in Pennsylvania. After twelve (12) months from the date of acknowledgement of enrollment in the program, a patron may request reinstatement of privileges, in writing, by completing a Reinstatement Form. 

A patron’s request also includes the exclusion of all Caesars Sportsbook privileges, including Caesars Reward Card benefits, play privileges, direct mail marketing, special promotions, offers, and events via push notifications, e-mail, and other means, including SMS messaging. 

The privileges are excluded for the duration of the exclusionary period. This request will be applicable at all Caesars Sportsbook owned and operated properties in the state of Pennsylvania, including all properties that are opened or acquired after the date of the request. 

I want to reopen my account after a period of self-exclusion   

Please note: At the completion of one’s Self-Exclusion period, the following actions are mandatory for consideration of reinstatement. 

• A standardized letter should be sent to The Caesars Sportsbook Responsible Gaming Department indicating one’s interest and intent to return to Caesars Sportsbooks. 

• Requestors cannot be found to have breached their current Self-Exclusion agreement at any time within exclusion period. 

• Only those who have fulfilled the self-exclusion term as outlined per jurisdictional requirement and adhere to items one and two shall be considered for reinstatement. 

• Consideration of a request for reinstatement of privileges will occur no sooner than thirty (30) days from receipt of the properly completed and executed Reinstatement Form. 

The address to send Self-Exclusion and Reinstatement Forms to is: 

Caesars Digital 

Office of Responsible Gaming 

6325 S. Rainbow Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89118 

Or by email: responsiblegaming@caesarssportsbook.com 

Opt Out Program 

Upon request, a customer may opt-out of receiving marketing communications including SMS messaging from Caesars Sportsbook by emailing responsiblegaming@caesarssportsbook.com or marketing@williamhill.us or by calling (855) 474-0606. 

Customers may also write to us at: 

Caesars Digital 

Marketing Department 

6325 S. Rainbow Blvd., Suite 100 Las Vegas, NV 89118 

In Pennsylvania, it is unlawful for any individual who is under 21 years of age or is noticeably intoxicated or impaired to engage in sports wagering. 

Gambling Conrols page – what can I do here? 

Betting should be fun but it’s important to know what your limits are. Our gambling controls page allows you to control your betting behavior. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call 1-800-522-4700, 

Caesars Sportsbook provides players several limit options to enjoy their gaming experiences responsibly. 

–Each of the following responsible gaming options are available for players and players can use as many of the available options as they choose – 

Deposit Limit 

– Set the maximum deposit limit for a selected time frame: Daily, Weekly, or Monthly. 

Spend Limit 

– Set the maximum spend (bet) limit for a selected time frame: Daily, Weekly, or Monthly. 

Daily Time Limit 

– Set the maximum time (measured in hours) that a player may spend playing on an Internet gaming system.  Time is measured from a player’s log in to log off. 

Cool Off Time Limit 

-Select if the player wishes to take a break from his or her account for 3 to 30 days. 

The responsible gaming limits timeframes: 

1.The Daily limit is set as a recurring daily limit, effective for 24 hours from midnight to midnight each day. 

2.The Weekly limit is set as a recurring weekly limit, effective from Monday at midnight, as the first day of the current week, until the next Monday at midnight, and weekly thereafter. 

3.The Monthly limit is set as a recurring monthly limit, effective from midnight of the first calendar day of this month until midnight of the last calendar day of this month, and monthly thereafter. 

Please note that once a limit is set you may decrease it (make It more restrictive) at any time with immediate effect, but there will be a waiting period until the end of the existing limit period to increase any limits (make them less restrictive). 

Any activity within a daily, weekly, or monthly limit period, including activity that occurred before a limit is set, is included when calculating deposit, spend, or daily time limits. 

Responsible Gambling

Responsible Gambling
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Caesars have all of the bases covered and offer links to those with a problem while advising other of the possible pitfalls.  
Caesars have all of the bases covered and offer links to those with a problem while advising other of the possible pitfalls.  
10/10

Summary & Final Score

Summary & Final Score
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Caesars were never going to go about it quietly, were they? They are Caesars after all. But I was pleasantly surprised at the lack of gimmicks and gismos, and quietly impressed at how they have gone about taking the good elements of William Hill but still make it their own. The app is smooth and surprisingly unfussy and they have successfully tapped into the wider Caesars organization to come up with an interesting array of promos and rewards. They benefit too from the gravitas that comes with being a trusted brand.  The live betting and NFL streaming is a particularly good feature and puts them a step ahead of the rest (Fanatics aside), along with the fact they are live in 20 states and counting.   If you’re desperate for a downside, it’s that there is currently no desktop site for betting, although it does provide a lot of useful info, but the quality app makes up for it
Caesars were never going to go about it quietly, were they? They are Caesars after all. But I was pleasantly surprised at the lack of gimmicks and gismos, and quietly impressed at how they have gone about taking the good elements of William Hill but still make it their own. The app is smooth and surprisingly unfussy and they have successfully tapped into the wider Caesars organization to come up with an interesting array of promos and rewards. They benefit too from the gravitas that comes with being a trusted brand.  The live betting and NFL streaming is a particularly good feature and puts them a step ahead of the rest (Fanatics aside), along with the fact they are live in 20 states and counting.   If you’re desperate for a downside, it’s that there is currently no desktop site for betting, although it does provide a lot of useful info, but the quality app makes up for it
8/10
Total Score

The Good

  • Quality app
  • NFL Live STreaming
  • Good coverage of states

The Bad

  • Limited number of promotions
  • No desktop site
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