Caesars Demands that NJ Online Players Watch a Responsible Gaming Advertisement Before Playing
A big NJ online gambling company is supporting Responsible Gaming Education Month by making consumers complete an extra step before placing a bet.
Customers who sign into the mobile app at Caesars Sportsbook NJ, which also gives access to the Caesars online casino, must watch a brief video on establishing gaming limits.
In the advertisement, Trey Wingo, a former ESPN on-air personality, explains how to set limitations to manage deposits and gaming activity while engaging in responsible gambling.
A Warning on Responsible Gambling for NJ Online Players
The first time players connect to an existing account in September, they are met with a message about responsible gaming. A video titled “Have you set your Gaming Limits?” shows after a player has followed the on-screen instructions.
A player watches a Responsible Gaming video in order to use the Caesars application further, the subhead states. The operator states that in order to use the online gaming platform, the user must watch the video through to the finish.
Last month saw the debut of Caesars Palace Online Casino, the rebranded Caesars Online Casino.
For its licensed online casino and mobile sports betting operations, Caesars has deployed a number of RG tools. Caesars’ restricting features, which include the ability to establish limits on how much money you may deposit, how much you can wager in a session, and how much time you spend on the site, are highlighted in the NJ advertisement.
Caesars needs two-step verification for account access, like the majority of operators in NJ. Since Caesars offers a variety of physical and digital goods, it also broadened its self-exclusion program to include all of its platforms. Caesars introduced a new rule restricting Caesars Rewards accounts to players 21 and older in 2023.