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PointsBet vs Caesars 2021

Is Caesars better than PointsBet? After scoring sportsbooks on over 100 different variables, PointsBet is better than Caesars. PointsBet is going to be a game-changer for U.S. sports betting. The sportsbook combines traditional sports betting with a unique and, honestly, thrilling way to wager — points betting. With points betting your potential earnings (and losses) are multiplied by how many points you won or lost your bet. PointsBet is currently the only sportsbook in the U.S. that offers this twist on betting.


Ratings

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Overall 5 3.5
Sports & Bets Offered 5 3.5
Odds 4 5
Live Betting 3.5 3
Mobile Betting 5 3
Education 4.5 1.5

State Availability

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Colorado
Yes No
Illinois
Yes No
Indiana
Yes No
Iowa
Yes No
Michigan
Yes No
Nevada
No Yes
New Jersey
Yes Yes
New Hampshire
No No
Pennsylvania
No Yes
Tennessee
No No
West Virginia
No No
Virginia
No No

Bonuses

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Risk-Free Bet
Yes No
Daily Odds Boosts
Yes Yes
Average seasonal promotions
3 3
WelcomeOffer
Up to $2,000 in Risk-Free Bets Casino Match up to $1,000

Banking - Deposits

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Minimum Deposit
$5 $10
Total Deposit Methods
4 7
Deposit Min/Max - Debit/Credit Card
$5/Varies Varies
Deposit Min/Max - PayPal
$5/Varies Varies
PayPal
No Yes
Debit/Credit Card
Yes Yes
Online Bank Transfer
Yes Yes

Banking - Withdrawals

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Minimum Withdrawal
None Listed $10
Total Withdrawal Methods
2 5
Withdrawal Min/Max - PayPal
$5/Varies $10/Varies
Online Bank Transfer
Yes Yes
PayPal
Yes Yes
Prepaid Gift Card
Yes Yes

Bets Offered

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Cash Out Feature
Yes No
Futures
Yes Yes
Moneyline
Yes Yes
Parlay
Yes Yes
Prop
Yes Yes
Reverse
No No
Round Robin
Yes No
Spread
Yes Yes
Teaser
Yes Yes
Total (Over/Under)
Yes Yes

Odds Comparison

Feature PointsBet Caesars
NFL Moneyline
Below Average Good
NFL Spread
Good Average
NFL Total
Average Average
NBA Moneyline
Average Best
NBA Spread
Best Average
NBA Total
Average Average
NHL Moneyline
Below Average Good
NHL Spread
Average Best
NHL Total
Good Below Average
Soccer Moneyline
Below Average Good
NCAAF Moneyline
Average Best
NCAAB Moneyline
Average Best
Odds 4 5

Sports Offered

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Total Sports Offered
18 10
Baseball (MLB)
Yes Yes
Basketball (NBA)
Yes Yes
Basketball (NCAA)
Yes Yes
Boxing
Yes Yes
Cricket
Yes No
Cycling
Yes No
Darts
Yes No
Football (NFL)
Yes Yes
Football (NCAA)
Yes Yes
Golf (PGA)
Yes Yes
Hockey (NHL)
Yes Yes
Horse Racing
No No
MMA (UFC)
Yes Yes
Motor Sports (NASCAR)
Yes Yes
Rugby (League)
No No
Rugby (Union)
Yes No
Soccer (EPL)
Yes Yes
Soccer (Premier League)
Yes Yes
Soccer (MLS)
Yes Yes
Softball
No No
Tennis
Yes Yes
Volleyball
No No

Casino

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Online Casino
Yes Yes
Online Slot Machines
12 658
Online Blackjack
Yes Yes
Online Roulette
Yes Yes
Online Virtual Poker
Yes Yes
Poker
No No

Education and Research

Feature PointsBet Caesars
News
Yes No
Explains Common Bets
Yes Yes
Glossary
Yes No
Team Statistics
No No
Player Statistics
No No
Lineup Tool (DFS Only)
No No

Mobile Betting

Feature PointsBet Caesars
iPhone App
Yes Yes
Android App
Yes Yes
Website Functionality
Yes Yes

Customer Service

Feature PointsBet Caesars
Email Support
Yes Yes
Email Support Speed
Yes Yes
Live Chat Support
Yes Yes
Live Chat Support Availability
Yes Yes
Phone Support
No Yes
The Moneyline.com team spent months and hundreds of hours assessing different sportsbooks for betting on sports online in the US. In total, 150 individual variables were assessed. For this review, we will compare Caesars vs PointsBet.

What states is Caesars legal in? What states is PointsBet legal in?
PointsBet is regulated in Michigan, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and New Jersey. Caesars is regulated in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Nevada.

What type of new customer bonus does each sportsbook offer?
PointsBet offers a Up to $2,000 in Risk-Free Bets to new customers while Caesars provides a Casino Match up to $1,000.

Is Caesars or PointsBet easier to deposit money at?
Caesars has 7 deposit methods while PointsBet has 4. Both Caesars and PointsBet offer Debit/Credit Card, PayPal and Online Bank Transfer deposits. Caesars has a minimum deposit of $10 PointsBet has a minimum deposit of $5.

Is Caesars or PointsBet easier to withdraw money at?
Caesars has 5 withdraw methods while PointsBet has 2. Both Caesars and PointsBet offer Online Bank Transfer and PayPal withdrawals.

Which sportsbook offers better odds: Caesars or PointsBet?
To score Odds, Moneyline.com gathered data from 20 sportsbooks over five months. For our 2021 Sportsbook Review, over 34,000 data points were collected for spread, moneyline, and over/under (bets). Caesars is a better option with a 5.00 star rating over PointsBet's 4.00 star rating. The odds comparison table earlier in the page breaks down how both sportsbooks ranked in each sport.

Does Caesars or PointsBet offer a wider range of sports and bets?
PointsBet boasts an offering of 18 available sports compared to Caesars's 10 available sports. PointsBet allows you to bet on Football (NFL), Basketball (NBA), Basketball (NCAA), Football (NCAA), Baseball (MLB), MMA (UFC), Golf, Tennis and Motor Sports (NASCAR) while Caesars allows you to wager on Football (NFL), Basketball (NBA), Basketball (NCAA), Football (NCAA), Baseball (MLB), MMA (UFC), Tennis and Motor Sports (NASCAR).

Both Caesars and PointsBet have Moneyline, Spread, Total (Over/Under), Parlay and Prop bet types. PointsBet has the early cash out feature, Caesars doesn't. Early cash outs are when a sportsbook allows bettors to cash in a ticket before the game ends to secure a win or minimize a loss.

What about Caesars vs PointsBet customer support?
PointsBet offers bettors Email Support and Live Chat Support. Caesars offers bettors Email Support, Live Chat Support and Phone Support. Email support usually replies within 48 hours, while live chat support is instant.

Overall winner: PointsBet

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