As legal sports betting is approaching Massachusetts and is proposed to go live on March 10th, Caesars Entertainment has announced that the Caesars Sportsbook app is available for download already.
Caesars has ensured the app is available for betting fans even before the official online sports betting legalization in Massachusetts. Bay Staters can download the app already so they can sign up, make deposits and use an exclusive sign-up offer.
President of Caesars Digital, Eric Hession, commented, “The launch of our mobile app is an excellent complement to the planned Caesars Sportsbook at historic Raynham Park. We’re confident this combination will deliver the most rewarding sports wagering experience in the Commonwealth, allowing us to treat all sports fans like royalty.”
To add, if the Massachusetts Gaming Commission approves, the Caesars Sportsbook at Raynham Park will be one of the largest freestanding race and pari-mutuel simulcasting establishments in the US. It will be a temporary land-based sportsbook venue, while the official one is planned to open later this year.
Something special to highlight is Caesars’ loyalty program called Caesars Rewards. You can earn Tier Credits with every wager placed through the app. Afterward, you can convert them to Reward Credits and gift cards.
Legal sports betting in Massachusetts
Executive Director of the MGC, Karen Wells, has proposed 10 March as the launch date for legalized online sports betting. To add, retail sports betting was legalized in Massachusetts on 31 January.
Fanatics Sportsbook and Betway have already commented that they won’t manage to go live in Massachusetts for the launch.
Read more on the Caesars Rewards partnership to get Times Square gaming license.
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