Caesars Introduces Racebook App in New York, Powered by NYRA Bets
Caesars Entertainment, Inc. has introduced its horse racing wagering app, Caesars Racebook, to the New York market. This allows users in New York to place pari-mutuel wagers on horse races from various global tracks. The app’s functionality is linked with Caesars Rewards.
The release in New York follows the app’s previous launches in states such as California, Colorado, and Massachusetts. The platform, backed by NYRA Bets, provides a platform for users to bet on various horse races. The app is compatible with iOS, Android, and desktop devices.
Caesars Racebook restricts access to users who are 21 years or older. Those who register can avail of a first deposit match, with a limit set at $200. Wagers on the platform allow users to accumulate Caesars Rewards Tier Credits, which can be redeemed at Caesars locations in the U.S. and Canada. There’s also an option for members to convert their credits to Wyndham Rewards® points.
Caesars operates multiple horse racing tracks and is associated with various races at partner racetracks. The betting options on Caesars Racebook encompass a variety of tracks.
In terms of responsible gaming, Caesars has implemented a policy that sets the minimum age at 21 for all its gaming options where the law allows. The company has plans to make Caesars Racebook available in more U.S. states, incorporating features offered by NYRA Bets such as race replays.
“Building on the popularity of our Caesars Sportsbook app, we are thrilled to launch Caesars Racebook in New York during the heart of the Saratoga race meet,” said Dan Shapiro, Senior Vice President, and Chief Development Officer at Caesars Digital. “Caesars has a deep-rooted commitment to horse racing, and we couldn’t have a better partner to bring a premier horse racing mobile wagering experience to racing fans.”
“This is an important expansion of the partnership between NYRA Bets and Caesars Racebook that will contribute to the success of horse racing in New York State now and in the future,” said Tony Allevato, President of NYRA Bets.