Caesars came into the online betting business with a reputation. It is a big brand in the US, and overall, they did a good job with their online bookmaker site. However, experienced bettors that come from other serious betting sites can easily see the lack of experience in some areas. Hopefully, there is room for improvement and a big name such as Caesars, shouldn’t shy away from customer feedback and suggestions.

Mostly North American Sports

Caesars offers a well-designed and polished online site. Everything is intuitive and navigation is quite easy. But to an experienced eye, it is clear that they are relatively new in the online betting business. Sports markets offered are still very slim, but their selection on horse and greyhound racing is enormous. This is probably due to the fact that up until recently, online betting was illegal in the US. Right now, it is available in few states only, but it is on the right tracks to receive coverage all over the country.

As expected, Caesars covers mostly North American sports. This includes NFL, baseball, hockey and many more. However, they do appreciate the popularity of other sports like soccer and therefore, you can find a good selection of soccer games and events, most notably Champions League. The full list of sports and leagues available is as following:

  • MLB
  • WNBA
  • CFL
  • Europa League
  • NBA
  • NFL
  • NHL
  • NCAA Hockey
  • NCAA Basketball
  • Champions League
  • Soccer Internationals
  • UFC
  • Golf
  • Euroleague
  • MLS
  • NCAA Baseball

Reasonable Odds and Limits

Odds and betting limits are set at a reasonable level, though this is one of the places where inexperience begins to show. Odds are affected by the movement of the market, and this means that the more people bet on a particular outcome of an event, the lower the odds will be. Lacking in the sports markets section means that bettors will most likely bet on the same event as you. Also, some of the betting limits may not be particularly high for serious bettors. A casual bettor may never reach the limit, but a high-stake roller is better off contacting Caesars support and learning more about bet limitations for certain sports. This way, all inconveniences could be avoided.

Like all serious bookmakers, Caesars invests a lot of money in system maintenance, so pricing errors are almost non-existent. There is no way to exploit errors in order to make easy and safe profits. Being inexperienced and new to online betting doesn’t necessarily mean leaving loopholes.

Decent Variety of Promotions

Caesars offers a decent welcome bonus, but nothing extraordinary. This bonus consists of registering a new account and placing a bet on your favorite team or sports. When you place a wager, you will receive a $10 free bet. In order to be eligible for this bonus, you must create a new account and the code will automatically appear if you register from their site. If there is no code written, then write CASMAX in the appropriate field during registration process.

Other promotions include a free bet up to $300 when you make your first deposit. All you have to do is use the code CASMAX and Caesars will match your first sports bet up to $300. Each promotion has a particular set of Terms & Conditions, so be sure to read them before cashing in your bonus.

Weekly promotions, or in this case, weekly bonuses, are available at Caesars sportsbook. Each week, you can choose which match-up will have the highest total score. If you guess correctly, you will win a $5 free bet. The list of weekly matches is available on this specific promotion tab, so be sure to check the page regularly.

One of the most popular promotions available at Caesars is linking all of your Caesars accounts in order to receive Rewards Credits. It may not sound too appealing, but you can actually convert these credits into funds. For every 1,000 credits, you will receive $10, which will be given to your account and can be used for online betting. The Rewards Credits accumulate from every Caesars resort in the world, as long as you have them all linked. It is important to know that credits accumulate faster if you place more bets.

Additional Features [H2]

Live streaming [H3]

Live streaming is unfortunately not yet available on the Caesars sportsbook site. However, there is live in-play betting, but the coverage of sports is not that great. For example, at this moment, Champions League matches are played throughout Europe, but there are no betting opportunities found on Caesars.

Mobile App [H3]

Caesars mobile app is easy to use and navigate, making it suitable for newcomers or older-aged bettors who are just getting used to technology. The sports are easy to find, and upcoming games and events can be checked with a few clicks. However, it definitely isn’t an award-winning app. It has a very basic interface and functions, enough for casual betting, but definitely not enough for serious bettors out there.

Our Honest Opinion [H2]

Caesars is certainly a household name in the US and a giant in the betting industry. It is easily noticeable that they spared no expense in the design and functionality of their online betting site. Casual bettors will definitely find enough sports markets to suit their needs. However, if you are a serious bettor, you will probably be better elsewhere. It is not that Caesars is unreliable or untrustworthy. Far from it. But the sports markets they offer are decent at best. While all other serious bookmakers offer more than 30 or 50 markets, Caesars is still at 10 or 15 at best.

The odds are fair, but betting limitations are in place which may hamper high-stake bettors. There is definitely room for improvement in sports and events coverage, and live streaming should be implemented as soon as possible. Live in-play betting is good, but unfortunately, games covered there are few and far between. The good news is that online betting is becoming increasingly popular in the US, and Caesars has a good platform to build upon. Further investments will make Caesars quite a contender in the online betting industry.

 

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