Caesars Sportsbook available for registration in Kentucky

September 4, 2023
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Players can get $100 in bonus bets via the brand.

The Bluegrass State will be taking its first wagers on September 7 and Caesars Entertainment has revealed that its sportsbook is now available for download and registration.

When customers deposit on their accounts between September 7 and September 27 they will be able to take advantage of an early deposit offer.

Eligible sports fans anywhere in Kentucky can make use of the new offer. You can register for the sportsbook app today by using promo code ‘CZRKY’ and if you deposit early you will be rewarded will $100 in bonus bets.

To be eligible, deposit $20 or more within the above time frame. The $100 bonus bets will be divided: wagerers will receive one $25 bet the day mobile wagering goes live and three $25 bonus bets will be granted every week thereafter.

Eric Hession, President of Caesars Digital, commented, “Launching Caesars Sportsbook for pre-registration in Kentucky is an exciting step as we prepare to bring customers in the Commonwealth a sports wagering experience that treats them like royalty this fall.”

“Whether in-person at our conveniently located sportsbook at Red Mile Gaming & Racing in Lexington that will take its first bets on September 7, or mobile devices anywhere in the state from Pikeville to Paducah, Caesars Sportsbook will allow fans to engage with their favorite sports and teams through an array of wagering options.”

In addition to the Caesars Sportsbook app, Caesars previously announced plans for a retail sportsbook at Red Mile Gaming & Racing in Lexington, which is set to open and accept its first sports bets on September 7.

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