Caesars Palace Has Added Live Dealer Football Blackjack to Its Michigan App
Caesars Palace Online Casino MI is adding an NFL-themed live dealer game to its platform just in time for Sunday’s Super Bowl LVIII. Caesars Palace and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino are now offering “Caesars Football Blackjack.”
The game of live dealer blackjack in Michigan incorporates NFL branding as part of the official Caesars-NFL collaboration.
Caesars Wins with the NFL Branding
Caesars Entertainment was the first online casino company to collaborate with the NFL. They continue to be the only US-based online casino authorized to utilize the NFL branding for commercial purposes.
Bettors will see the NFL branding next to the Caesars Palace brand when they play “Caesars Football Blackjack” on one of the Caesars online casino platforms.
“Caesars Football Blackjack,” made possible by Evolution Studios, provides players with the same live-dealer blackjack experience that they have come to expect from Caesars. It enhances the authentic NFL vibe for those who are also football aficionados.
In a press release, Matt Sunderland, Senior Vice President & Chief iGaming Officer at Caesars Digital, said that the company’s goal of providing players with an enhanced experience they can relate to and enjoy is fulfilled by the growth of exclusive live dealer content like “Caesars Football Blackjack.” An exciting first in the company’s long-standing association with the NFL is the addition of the official sponsorship lock-up logo and partnership designation, which includes the NFL Shield, to its live dealer content.
Caesars Palace Casino Michigan and Caesars Sportsbook Michigan both provide “Caesars Football Blackjack” via their casino option.
This is the newest addition to Caesars’ live dealer library, which has blackjack, poker, Texas hold’em, baccarat, roulette, lightning roulette, craps, and a live dealer football studio.
As Michigan has one of the teams that haven’t win a SuperBowl, Detroit Lions, this game might be a great reminder to professional players to train harder and prove their worth.