Caesars launches Tropicana Online Casino Pennsylvania

April 27, 2023
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Pennsylvania players will be able to link their Caesars Rewards to the new iCasino offering.

Caesars Entertainment has announced the launch of its Tropicana Online Casino in the state of Pennsylvania. The iCasino and iGaming app will feature a portfolio of games including slots, baccarat, American and European roulette, live dealer blackjack, video poker and more.

The company also announced the return of Tropicana Online Casino in New Jersey earlier this month. Caesars’ Digital SVP of iGaming, Matthew Sunderland, said of that relaunch that Tropicana Online Casino is “an important step” to providing customers with an “online casino experience with rewards that can’t be matched, similar to the experiences customers enjoy at Tropicana Atlantic City.”

Pennsylvania’s online offerings are meant to echo the “thrills of Harrah's Philadelphia,” according to the brand’s website. It will be available on desktop, as well as for download on both iOS and Android phones.

Caesars will offer its new online Keystone State customers the ability to link their Caesars Rewards card number to a Tropicana Casino Pennsylvania account. Players will then earn Caesars Rewards Tier Credits and Online Reward Credits, which can be used for dining, shopping or hotel stays.

The newly launched website says, “For over 30 years, Tropicana Casino has been the gold standard in casino gaming. And now we are bringing the same level of excellence with online gaming in Pennsylvania.”

This week, Caesars also announced that a collaboration with EBCI Holdings and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will open Danville Casino in May this year. Caesars Virginia is also under construction nearby, slated for a late 2024 opening.


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