Caesars Sportsbook goes live in New York

By Gambling Insider

After becoming one of the first operators to receive a licence for mobile sports wagering operations in New York, Caesars Entertainment has accepted its first sports wagers in the Empire State.

To celebrate its launch into the new market, Caesars Sportsbook has brought its customer loyalty program, Caesars Rewards, to New York. The app rewards sports bettors with every placed bet.

Caesars Rewards members join a network of over 60 million people who can take advantage of hotel food and beverage, entertainment and gaming opportunities at Caesars' destinations across the country; including resorts in Las Vegas, as well as bonus cash in the app and numerous sports experiences.

Additionally, in New York, users can enjoy VIP experiences with the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, thanks to the recent partnership with Madison Square Garden and MSG Networks.

Chris Holdren, Co-President of Caesars Digital, said: "Today is a historic day for not only Caesars Sportsbook, but for the entire state of New York.

"We're ready to treat sports fans across the state of New York like royalty through our Caesars Sportsbook app, as we welcome them into the Caesars Empire, extend our already established roots and continue to build partnerships that benefit our bettors."

Caesars Sportsbook is currently live in 21 states and jurisdictions (15 of which are mobile) and operates a large number of retail sportsbooks across the US.

The app offers numerous pre-match and live markets, player props and same-game parlays. Caesars Sportsbook has ongoing agreements with the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, while being the exclusive odds provider for ESPN and CBS Sports.

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