Caesars to offer wagering in NC through tribal deal
Caesars Entertainment has recently partnered with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to enhance its presence in North Carolina.
This collaboration has expanded the working relationship between the gambling operator and the tribe to grow the presence of Caesars’ sportsbook offerings across the United States to North Carolina, which will soon be launching its regulated online sports wagering market.
The President of the Digital division of Caesars, Eric Hession, remarked:
“We have worked closely with the EBCI for close to two decades. Through this expansion of our relationship, we will be able to provide our leading wagering experiences for sports fans to enjoy all across North Carolina. We would like to extend our gratitude to the EBCI and the state’s lottery commission for making this expansion possible for us.”
Michell Hicks, the Principal Chief of the EBCI, commented:
“We are delighted to be able to expand our partnership with Caesars to deliver betting enthusiasts in North Carolina with top-notch online wagering experiences.”
While North Carolina’s regulated betting market is scheduled to go live on the 11th of March, the operator has announced that it will begin accepting account sign-ups from local betting enthusiasts beginning on the 1st of March. Furthermore, Caesars will also accept deposits from the start of the month, which players will be able to access from the company’s mobile application.