Caesars Entertainment announced its dedicated horse racing wagering app Caesars Racebook has officially launched in Maryland.
Maryland sports betting market went live last week with seven apps already up and running. Caesars Sportsbook was, of course, among them. In a press release issued last week, Eric Hession, President of Caesars Digital said:
“The launch of the Caesars Sportsbook app in Maryland strengthens our offering for customers in the state. With a historically jam-packed sports calendar, customers can now enjoy access to the same unmatched rewards they’ve experienced when betting at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, in the palm of their hands.”
Following its racebook expansion earlier this month, Caesars noted that Maryland is its eighth state.
Maryland marks Caesars Racebook’s eighth state
As of today, the Caesars Racebook app Maryland is ready for use on Android, iOS and desktop.
After downloading the app, players will get access to 300+ tracks from all over the globe, including Saratoga, Belmont Park, Dubai and Royal Ascot.
The most important racing events are also part of the mix. It includes the Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes, Breeders’ Cup, Pegasus World Cup, and more.
Until the end of the year, Caesars Racebook players will receive 4x the Racebook Points for every $1 wagered on races at Caesars Entertainment racetracks, with no opt-in required. New users of legal age also qualify for getting a max match of $300. Min. wagering within 30 days required.
Apart from Maryland, horse racing fans have been able to place bets in:
- North Dakota
Caesars Racebook was created in partnership with NYRA Bets, the pari-mutuel wagering platform of the New York Racing Association.
Caesars boasts track record in Maryland
Caesars has a longstanding legacy in Maryland through Horseshoe Baltimore‘s offering of premium entertainment experiences.
Caesars Sportsbook at Horseshoe Baltimore has been offering in-person sports betting since its grand opening in December 2021. Shortly, the physical sportsbook inside the casino will accept cash deposits to fund sports wagering mobile accounts on the Caesars Sportsbook app.
In January 2021, Caesars and Horseshoe Baltimore submitted a mobile sports betting license in which diversity partners would hold an interest of at least 25%. The company promised to include a significant ownership interest by local women and minority partners. It was noted they would hold a 40% ownership interest in the approved mobile gaming license utilized by Caesars Sportsbook.