Leading casino and sports betting company Caesars Entertainment has revamped its sports betting and iGaming app in Pennsylvania. The operator’s refreshed platform offers enhanced features and improved wagering tools.
Caesars Improves PA App
Caesars’ new application improves the customer experience by improving certain features and adding new ones. For example, customers in the Keystone State can now enjoy faster deposit and withdrawal times. In addition, the app now offers live scoreboards and enhanced in-play wagering options. The operator will notably provide users with customized offers that engage customers with the sports content they love.
Caesars Entertainment’s new platform also comes with the beloved Caesars Reward loyalty program. The operator’s most fervent customers can collect points each time they play with the operator. The points can later be spent on various rewards, including games, food, hospitality and VIP experiences.
The new Caesars Sportsbook & Casino replaces the old app. Casino and sports betting enthusiasts can download the enhanced application on both Android and iOS devices.
A Natural Step in the Company’s Evolution
Eric Hession, co-president of Caesars Digital, explained that the improved app is a natural step in Caesars’ evolution in Pennsylvania. The operator’s products have been available in the state for a while and, according to Hession, it is time the company builds upon the legacy of its popular casino and racetrack, Harrah’s Philadelphia. To that end, the company aims to provide its customers with the best version of Caesars Sportsbook & Casino.
Our new, elevated app offers customers a user-friendly sports betting and casino gaming experience combined with rewards they can’t get anywhere else.
Eric Hession, co-president, Caesars Digital
Caesars has also launched promotions for newly-registered players. People who join the new app can earn exclusive rewards.
Caesars also announced that it plans to open a sports betting facility in its Louisiana-based venues. Horseshoe Bossier City will become the home of a 6,900-square-feet sports betting space with 3 betting windows, 15 kiosks and dozens of TV screens. Harrah’s New Orleans Casino will, meanwhile, open a 5,700-square-feet sportsbook with 4 windows, 12 kiosks and a huge 146-foot video screen.
A few days ago, Caesars launched its sports betting offerings in Kansas’ newly-launched sports betting market. The company remains bullish on growing its presence in the United States and maintaining its leadership position.
In early August, Caesars removed replaced its William Hill app in Washington DC with a new Caesars Sportsbook app.