Caesars Sportsbook has been given RG Check accreditation by the Responsible Gambling Council.

As part of the certification process, Caesars underwent an assessment of its responsible gaming practices. These assessments also looked at the training process for team members, player education and protection efforts.

Shelley White, CEO of the Responsible Gambling Council, said: “Congratulations to Caesars Sportsbook for receiving their RG Check accreditation.

“RG Check is the world’s most comprehensive gambling accreditation program. Developed in consultation with policymakers, gambling providers, players, and people who have experienced gambling harm.

“It is also backed by rigorous safeguards that protect players and foster a sustainable player base. An RG Check Accreditation means Caesars Sportsbook has achieved the highest standards for its Responsible Gambling practices.”

Accreditation Represents Caesars Sportsbook’s Hard Work

As a company, Caesars has been a proponent of responsible gambling for many years. To now have that work vindicated and formally regognized is something the operator’s executive’s feel immensly proud of.

Caesars Digital president Eric Hession said: “We are honoured to receive the RG Check accreditation from the Responsible Gambling Council.

“For more than 30 years, Caesars Entertainment has been at the forefront of Responsible Gaming, implementing policies that have carried over to Caesars Sportsbook to educate our players on how to play responsibly and provide responsible gaming tools.”

“This acknowledgement validates our efforts to continue to improve our Responsible Gaming practices and ensure our players are gaming with us for the right reasons.

“We’re proud to further enhance our Responsible Gaming initiatives available through Caesars Sportsbook.”

Caesars’ RG Check accreditation comes after BetMGM received the same certificate in 2023.

Founded in Reno, Nevada, Caesars Entertainment Inc. is an American Hotel and Casino company which now operates more than 50 properties across the nation.

Caesars Entertainment Corporation was acquired by Eldorado Resorts in July 2020, changing its name to the current format.