Caesars Coronates ‘Prince’ Vaughn As Newest Brand Ambassador

Written By Derek Helling on October 24, 2022
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Caesars Casino is constantly seeking to expand its empire in the realm of US online gambling. Toward that end, Caesars has added actor Vince Vaughn to its list of celebrity ambassadors.

Vaughn will not only take a prominent role in marketing for Caesars’ online gambling platforms but also deepen his involvement with high-level poker as an extension of his prior relationship with the World Series of Poker. Fans don’t have to wait to see Vaughn’s princely debut either.

Vince Vaughn takes on princely duties

According to a press release from Caesars, Vaughn makes his first appearance on Caesars’ behalf as part of an ad that includes JB Smoove and “the Mannings.” The Mannings includes former NFL quarterbacks Archie, Eli, and Peyton Manning plus their brother Cooper.

Vaughn takes on the role of “Prince Vaughn” in the marketing campaign. The ad spot is scheduled to run during the Monday Night Football broadcast on ESPN on Oct. 24, 2022.

“Working with Caesars is special for me,” said Vaughn in the release. “With my long history of love for Las Vegas and gaming, I am excited to be part of the royal family with Caesar and Cleo.”

Vaughn’s previous relationship with gambling enterprises

This builds upon Vaughn’s previous work for another Caesars brand, WSOP. Vaughn was the celebrity master of ceremonies for the 2022 WSOP in Las Vegas.

Vaughn has also had significant roles in movies that featured gambling like 2012’s “Lay the Favorite.” While Caesars has already built up quite a presence in the United States, its partnership with Vaughn aims to expand the empire even further.

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Derek Helling is a lead writer for PlayUSA. Helling focuses on breaking news, including legislation and litigation in the gaming industry. He enjoys reading hundreds of pages of a gambling bill or lawsuit for his audience. Helling completed his journalism degree at the University of Iowa.

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