Caesars Sportsbook accredited by Responsible Gambling Council

Sportsbook earns RG Check recognition

Caesars Sportsbook has been awarded the Responsible Gambling Council‘s RG Check accreditation, certifying the quality of the sportsbook’s responsible gaming efforts including such as player and team education, public awareness advertisements, and funding for organizations dedicated to RG research and education.

Caesars said in a statement that the assessment validates that its sportsbook arm is among the industry leaders in responsible gaming.

“We are honoured to receive the RG Check accreditation from the Responsible Gambling Council,” said Eric Hession, President of Caesars Digital.

“For more than 30 years, Caesars Entertainment has been at the forefront of Responsible Gaming, implementing policies that have carried over to Caesars Sportsbook to educate our players on how to play responsibly and providing responsible gaming tools. This acknowledgment validates our efforts to continue to improve our responsible gaming practices and ensure our players are gaming with us for the right reasons.

“We’re proud to further enhance our responsible gaming initiatives available through Caesars Sportsbook.”

Caesars achieves “highest standard” in RG

Headquartered in Toronto, the RGC is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to problem gambling prevention through initiatives such as creating and delivering awareness and information programs.

Its RG Check accreditation holds operators to numerous criteria and validates qualifying sites or venues that practice robust responsible gaming policies. The accreditation is developed in consultation with policymakers, gambling providers, players, and players who have experienced gambling harm.

“An RG Check accreditation means Caesars Sportsbook has achieved the highest standards for their responsible gambling practices,” said RGC CEO Shelley White.

Caesars’ recent steps to bolster its responsible gaming practices include the launch last year of an enhanced 21+ gaming policy that limits Caesars Rewards accounts to individuals over 21 and, where allowed by law, limits all domestic gaming, pari-mutuel, sports, and iGaming options to users above that age cut-off.

Caesars operates the Caesars Windsor casino in Windsor, Ontario, where it opened Ontario’s full-service sportsbook in January 2023. Its Caesars Digital and Caesars Sportsbook brands are available legally on the regulated online market to millions of players across the province.

Last week, Caesars added AGS games to its large portfolio of offerings.

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