Caesars Sportsbook Debuts Responsible Gaming Ad Featuring The Mannings

Written By Chris Imperiale on September 8, 2022 - Last Updated on May 9, 2024
Caesars Responsible Gaming

Caesars Sportsbook and Casino is debuting a new TV spot to emphasize responsible gaming that features all three of the Manning quarterbacks, Archie, Peyton, and Eli. The campaign follows up last year’s version in honor of Responsible Gaming Education Month.

With the NFL season beginning, it’s always a good reminder to bet on both sports and casino games responsibly. Caesars’ new commercial airs nationally on both ESPN and the NFL Network. It will also be provided locally throughout the 2022 football season.

While this newest production is centered around responsible gaming throughout the entire US, those in the NJ gambling market possess many local options. This includes the Council on Compulsive Gambling in New Jersey and the Division of Gaming Enforcement’s Self-Exclusion Program.

Caesars Sportsbook launches responsible gaming spot

Last year, Caesars made history creating the first commercial devoted to responsible gaming to release during NFL games. It came out right around the Super Bowl.

Caesars is committed to preaching the safe practices around both online casino and sports betting. The operator gives its bettors lots of ways to control their gaming habits, continuing its pledge to help reiterate safe gaming for the last few decades.

Caesars Sportsbook’s previous TV spot showcased all three of the Mannings and focused on control. The former quarterback greats compare the control players at the position need to a similar control for gamblers. They provide some of the limits Caesars lists on its mobile betting apps, along with a support phone number.

The latest reminder around responsible gaming turns the attention to having a great game plan. Again, former New York Giant Eli Manning and his brother Peyton Manning team up with their dad to discuss the tools Caesars offers in this area.

Those who utilize the online sportsbook or casino can do a couple of things in order to help control any problem gambling. Caesars allows bettors to set deposit limits, spending limits, daily time limits, as well as cool off time limits.

The brand is looking to extend its reach in responsible gaming education as it launches in more new markets. It intends to roll out more TV spots like this one, presenting the various resources that bettors can use with its apps.

These additional ads talking about responsible gaming look to include the likes of other Caesars spokespeople tied to the operator. They include former New York Rangers goalie, Henrik Lundqvist, and actor JB Smoove, who portrays Caesar.

Responsible gambling in New Jersey

New Jersey residents have plenty of places to turn if they feel they need assistance with their gambling.

The Garden State features the Council on Compulsive Gambling in New Jersey, which is a nonprofit contracted to provide statewide services for problem gambling. It offers educational outlets and ways for NJ bettors to seek counseling or treatment.

The group supplies the 1-800-Gambler helpline to provide a resource at any point in the day, accepting calls 24/7.

Another great option is the National Council on Problem Gambling. This organization displays a bunch of different ways to seek help, including screening assessment tools. These can give bettors some answers that can help point them in the right direction.

The state also supplies bettors the opportunity to join a voluntary self-exclusion program. By submitting a formal request with the state, you can ban yourself from online gambling, in addition to wagering at Atlantic City casinos.

The self-exclusion time options remain at one year, five years, or a lifetime. Residents can visit the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement’s website for lots of further information on the subject.

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Chris Imperiale covers legal sports betting and casino gambling in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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