Caesars Palace Ontario review 2024

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Best for staking limits
Caesars Palace Ontario
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OGCA's verdict

By Luke Garrison - Casino Expert | April 2023

Caesars is a name familiar to gamblers and non-gamblers alike, being the biggest casino-entertainment business in North America. Caesars Palace Ontario launched on the same date as the ON iGaming market went live, and is already setting the province’s online gambling industry alight with its 450+ strong games library catering to all players. The interface is easy to use and will be familiar to those who have already played at Caesars’ long-established sportsbook.

Unfortunately, the Caesars Palace Ontario mobile app doesn’t match the standards of the desktop platform, and players may feel restricted by the limited choice of payment methods. Read the rest of our detailed review to find out more.

What we like

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    Varied collection of 450+ games
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    Easy to navigate interface
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    Large staking limits on most games
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    24/7 live chat support
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    Strong security and player protection

What we don’t like

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    Mobile app missing most games available on desktop
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    Limited payment options

What Caesars Palace Ontario offers

Payout speed

1-3 working days

No. of games


Available in

Available in Canada

Payment methods
Credit/debit card - No border
iGaming Ontario logo

Device compatibility

Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, iPad, Mac / PC, Tablet

Customer support

Email, Live chat, FAQs



What casino games you’ll play

  • Slots


  • Poker


  • Blackjack


  • Roulette


  • Slots

    Progressive jackpots

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  • Live dealer

    Live dealer games

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    Scratch cards

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    Video poker

Game providers on Caesars Palace Ontario

Evolution Gaming

Caesars Palace Ontario key info

Inside Caesars Palace Ontario

Who owns Caesars Palace Ontario?

Caesars Palace is owned by Caesars Entertainment, formerly Eldorado Resorts. The parent company is headquartered in Reno, Nevada, in the US and was founded in 1996 by Gary Carano. He currently serves as Executive Chairman, while Anthony Carano serves as President and COO.

Caesars Palace was among the first online casinos to join the Ontario market following the regulation of online gambling in the province in April 2022.

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Yes, Caesars Palace is 100% legal in Ontario, as it is licensed by iGaming Ontario, a subsidiary of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).

Yes, Caesars Palace provides a perfectly safe and reliable online casino experience. It uses SSL encryption measures to protect you and your personal and financial data, while its casino games have random number generators (RNG) to ensure outcomes are fair.

Caesars Palace's parent company, Caesars Entertainment, is based in Reno, Nevada, in the US.

To sign up for a Caesars Palace casino account, simply tap or click the ‘Sign Up’ button at the top-right corner of the homepage. From there, you will be asked for the email and password you want to use to log in. After that, you will need to provide your phone number, first and last name, age and address, as well as any relevant documentation and government-issued ID to verify these details.

There are a range of payment methods you can use to make transactions to and from your Caesars Palace casino account, including credit or debit card, Interac, Mastercard and Visa. Deposits can also be made in-person at Caesars’ retail casino locations.

Caesars Palace typically pays out within 1-3 working days. All withdrawals have an internal review period that must occur before you can receive your withdrawn funds.

Luke Garrison

Luke Garrison

About the writer

Luke Garrison is an Ontario native and a diehard fan of all professional Toronto teams – especially the Leafs, Raptors and Jays. After graduating from the University of Guelph with a bachelor’s degree in English, he earned a post-graduate certificate in Sports Journalism from Centennial College. He has been writing about sports for over 14 years and contributed to outlets such as FanSided, Full Press Coverage and the Canada Press.

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