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  • Welcome offer worth up to $1,500
  • Live streaming services
  • Great desktop and mobile UI
  • Better odds in major markets
  • The layout can be more aesthetic
  • Deposit multipliers could be better
  • Withdrawals have low maximum

While sports betting (both in-person and online) will not be operational until January 1, 2023 in the state of Ohio, Caesars is almost certainly to be among the big players in the state once wagers begin being taken. The Caesars brand is one of the most well-known in the gambling industry. 

In accordance with the Ohio sports-betting law, online sportsbooks need to partner with a brick-and-mortar casino or racino. Caesars recently merged with Eldorado Resorts, and they now own Scioto Downs, a horse racing track and casino in Columbus. In addition, the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA team announced a partnership with Caesars to be the “official sports-betting partner” of the team and will operate a sportsbook at the Cavs’ home arena, the Rocket Mortage FieldHouse.

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Place your first cash wager and if you lose, Get your stake back up to $1,500 in the form of a Bet Credit!

This promotion is eligible for new users who sign up with the promo code CZR1BET and make a deposit.

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Caesars Sportsbook Ongoing Promotions

Caesars has daily or weekly promotions all year, depending on the sport. 

A promotion running in the summer of 2022 allows you to make a single-game parlay on the weekly Sunday night baseball game and get a 100% refund on up to a $25 bet if you lose. There are also plenty of NBA promotions during the season, including one called “Profits for the People” that gives a 33% boost on winnings for NBA parlay bets. 

In addition to ongoing promotions, Caesars has one of the most robust loyalty programs in the industry with Caesars Rewards, which assigns points based on the wagers you make. These points come in two forms: one is in reward credits that can be redeemed for cash and gifts, and the other is tier credits, which allow you to progress through Caesars’ six-tiered VIP program. 

It’s best to sign up for this program in-person at a Caesars property (you will likely be able to at the soon-to-be sportsbook at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse as well) because that will give you access to the program’s full benefits. Once you have an account established, simply connect it to your online sportsbook account to begin earning.


Caesars is one of the most popular names in resort gaming and owns and/or operates many popular hotels, including Caesars Palace, Harrah’s, Paris, Rio, and Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. It also runs one of the most popular online sportsbooks in a dozen states where sports betting is legal. Keep this page bookmarked, as we will add more information when it comes to Caesars in the state of Ohio as it is made available, and starting in January, we will update the page with a list of current promotions for bettors in the Buckeye State.

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What are the requirements to play on Caesars Sportsbook?

You must physically be in a state where Caesars Sportsbook is currently allowed to operate by law. In addition, you must be 21 years of age to register to play on the website or app.

Will Caesars partner with any other casinos, racinos, or sports teams in Ohio?

Caesars will have the Cleveland area covered with their partnership with the Cavaliers, and they will have a presence in Columbus through the Scioto Downs racino.

Can I play across state lines with Caesars?

Yes, you can place bets in any state where Caesars’ online sportsbook operates. While you can place in-person bets at Caesars’ Nevada properties, however, you cannot make online bets in that state. While you can only place bets in states where Caesars is licensed to operate, you can make a withdrawal anywhere.

Can you play online casino games through Caesars’ website or app in Ohio?

Ohio only legalized online sports betting, so games like blackjack, slots, and poker are not included in this law and do not appear to be legal in Ohio any time in the near future. Neighboring states Pennsylvania and West Virginia do allow for online casino games and poker to be played, so you could travel to those states and play those games on the Caesars sports website or app.