Nevada finally has a new Caesars Sports app. The newest Nevada sports betting app has all of the bells and whistles players have been enjoying all over the country since Caesars launched it in states outside of Nevada in 2021.
The new app sports several unique features, including same game parlays and odds boosts.
Of course, players can still earn Caesars Reward credits, though the rewards system was recently changed.
Older Nevada Caesars app crashed during the Super Bowl
Keep in mind that Nevada sports betting apps require registration in person at a retail sportsbook in Nevada. For the Caesars and William Tell online apps, players can register at the following venues:
- Bally’s Las Vegas
- Caesars Palace
- The Cromwell
- Flamingo Las Vegas
- Harrah’s Casino Hotel Lake Tahoe
- Harrah’s Las Vegas
- Harrah’s Laughlin
- Harvey’s Resort Hotel/Casino
- The LINQ
- Paris Las Vegas
- Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino
Last year, Caesars said it would create a new app just for Nevada prior to football season. Regrettably, that didn’t happen. Nevada sports bettors were forced to use the older version of the Caesars and William Hill sportsbook apps.
Then, both apps that were using the old technology crashed during the Super Bowl. This led to the Nevada Gaming Control Board incorrectly reporting Super Bowl win and hold rates.
Caesars finally delivers on promise to Nevadans
During an earnings call earlier this year, Caesars said that Nevada would soon see a new sports betting app. Caesars is finally delivering on its promise, said Eric Hession, president of Caesars Digital.
“Nevada is an important place for Caesars Entertainment and remains at the heart of everything we do for our customers here. We’re thrilled to bring our best sports wagering platform to our devoted sports bettors in this market and look forward to providing them with a sports wagering experience that treats them like royalty. We’d like to thank the Nevada Gaming Control Board for making this possible.”
The company started migrating users from the old Caesars Sports By William Hill app on Wednesday. The new app was released later that night.
Caesars purchased William Hill in 2020. The William Hill app will continue to be separate from Caesars and will receive a similar update shortly.
New Caesars Sports app has several unique features
The new Caesars Sports app is the first to bring features available to bettors around the country outside of Nevada. It’s been five years since the repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act for a sportsbook to bring this kind of significant technology upgrade to Nevada for sports bettors.
The new Caesars Nevada Sportsbook app has new features not available with any other sportsbook in the state. Some new features include:
- Same game parlays
- Odds boosts
- New funding options
- Pre-populated parlays
The app also has intuitive features based on previous wagers.
There’s one standout feature of the new Caesars Nevada Sportsbook app. The betting menu is massive. There are more ways to wager before and during events in this app than any other in Nevada.
Caesars unveils new rewards earning rates
One feature that remains a big part of the Caesars Sportsbook app is the ability to earn Caesars Rewards credits. Players can earn and redeem Reward credits for sports free-play, hotel stays, sports tickets and more from the app. They can also earn tier credits for better benefits.
It could be a coincidence, but Caesars Rewards recently changed how players earn credits in person at a casino or when using the app.
- Bettors will earn up to 10 Reward credits for every $100 wagered on straight bets
- Players earn up to 20 Reward credits for every $100 wagered on parlays
The Caesars Rewards website details how reward and tier credits are earned from sports wagers:
Maximum Reward credit and tier credit earning rate is for straight bets with -300 odds (or longer) and parlay bets with +200 odds (or longer). Wagers with shorter odds will have lower earning rates. Fractional credits are tracked but are not earned until subsequent wagering earns an additional whole credit. As an example, if you place a $55 straight wager with -300 odds, you will receive 5 Reward credits and 5 tier credits for that wager. If you place a subsequent $5 straight wager with odds of -300, you will then earn 1 additional credit, resulting in 6 Reward credits and 6 tier credits for the $60 you wagered in total.
Prior to the change, sports bettors would earn one Reward credit for every $5 of potential profit. The earning rate was the same regardless of the type of wager.