We’re notifying you that the sportsbook function on the Caesars Casino & Sportsbook New Jersey app and site will be soon be discontinued.
This includes sports betting on both the Caesars Casino & Sportsbook New Jersey app, as well as our desktop site http://caesarscasino.com.
This will not affect any aspect of your account or the online casino gaming experience on over 500+ slot and table games. You will be able to make withdrawals and deposits as normal and we will still have ongoing casino promotions.
Sportsbetting Closure Details:
- You will be unable to make sports bets as of 8/4/2021.
- All bets already made as of 8/4/2021 will continue to be live. If you have an active bet that results in a win, your winnings will be placed in your account in the normal manner.
- You can withdraw deposit and withdraw funds as you normally would
- Casino gaming and casino bonuses will still be live and will not change.
How to Stay in the Game:
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Fortunately, with our all new sports betting app, Caesars Sportsbook, you can stay in the game.
You can get started with a Risk-Free Bet of $5,000. Just download the Caesars Sportsbook app, register, make a deposit, and place your first bet. If you lose, they’ll refund your account up to $5,000!
When you switch over to the Caesars Sportbook, you can access these exciting new features:
- Large Wagering
- Catalog Price Boosts & Fun Offers
- Free Bets
If you have any questions regarding your Caesars Casino New Jersey account, contact our Player Support Team at 1-800-826-8049 or [email protected].
If you have any questions regarding your account on the new Caesars Sportsbook (formerly William Hill) app, you can contact the Caesars Sportsbook Customer Support team at?1-855-474-0606.?
Frequently Asked Questions:
Applies to New Jersey Only
What is happening with this new Caesars App?
Caesars is rebranding the William Hill Sportsbook app as a new Caesars brand, Caesars Sportsbook. This new app launched as of 8/2
Do I already have an account on the new Caesars Sportsbook app?
If you had an account with William Hill, your existing logon and information is carried through to the new Caesars Sportsbook App. If you did not have an account with William Hill, then no.
Is my Current Caesars Casino app linked to the new Caesars Sportsbook app?
This new app is not linked to your existing Caesars Casino app. They both earn Caesars Rewards Tier Credits, but the apps themselves are not linked together
Can I still bet on Sports on the Caesars Casino App?
As of 8/4, you will no longer be able to bet on sports on the existing Caesars Casino app. If you would like to continue to make sports bets within Caesars, you will need to download the new Caesars Sportsbook App.
What will happen to my existing bets on the Caesars Casino App?
All bets already made as of 8/4/2021 will continue to be live. If you have an active bet that results in a win, your winnings will be placed in your account in the normal manner.
How does this affect the casino on Caesars Casino?
Casino gaming and casino bonuses will still be live and will not change.
How does this affect my account?
Nothing about your account will change. You can withdraw deposit and withdraw funds as you normally would.
What will happen to my existing sportsbook bonus offers?
Sportsbook bonus offers on Caesars Casino will be converted to bonus cash with a 1 times (1x) playthrough requirement on any casino game
Will this affect my Caesars Casino Pennsylvania app?
There will be no changes to the Caesars Casino App in Pennsylvania. You will be able to bet both casino & sports with no changes. The changes noted are only for New Jersey
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