How To Bet On Sports At The 2022 World Series Of Poker

Written By Nicole Russo on May 27, 2022
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The 2022 World Series of Poker is getting a new home this year in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. For the first time, the series will be held across both Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Poker players interested in betting on sports are in luck because a satellite Caesars Sportsbook is available on-site this year right in the center of all the poker action.

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Caesars Sportsbook At The 2022 World Series Of Poker

Caesars knows it will take time for poker players to adjust to their new home after playing the series at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for so long.

That’s why they want to make things as simple and convenient as possible. When you step off of the escalators from the parking garage at Paris, take a few steps to your left, and you will have everything you need within 20 feet.

A Caesars Rewards desk is located at the entrance of the convention area, and a quick walk into the Champagne Ballroom will give you access to retail, registration, cages, and guest services. It will be the WSOP’s biggest service area to date.

There is also a cafe with multiple food options and Fast Trac kiosks in the vicinity.

For the most part, all of your registrations, payouts, service needs, and most of the tournament starts will happen right in the Paris.

And for poker players that don’t want to have to venture onto the casino floor during dinner break to make a sports bet, Caesars has you covered.

A satellite Caesars Sportsbook is right in the center of the World Series of Poker. The satellite sportsbook will feature multiple betting kiosks for players to use, which is important since the series takes place during the:

  • NHL Playoffs
  • NBA Playoffs
  • MLB regular season

As soon as you walk into the WSOP entrance and pass the iconic World Series of Poker light-up sign (the one everyone takes pictures in front of), take a look to your right to find the pop-up sportsbook.

You can register online for the sportsbook, verify your location in Nevada, and fund your online sportsbook account within minutes. Once your account is all set up, placing a wager at the kiosk is simple.

Other Ways To Bet At The WSOP

If you’re deep into the tournament and the action has moved over to Bally’s, you can still easily place a wager by logging onto the Caesars by William Hill app.

If you like placing bets at the counter, there’s a huge Caesars Race & Sportsbook at Bally’s Las Vegas. The retail sportsbook features numerous big-screen TVs, individual monitors, and plenty of seating.

You can find the sportsbook on the first floor located next to the food court.

Sign Up For Caesars Rewards

You’ll want to make sure you sign up for a Caesars Rewards card both for your poker play and your sports betting.

For sports bets, you earn one Tier Credit and Reward Credit for every $5 you stand to profit on sports bets.

For example, if you bet $10 to win $20 ($10 profit), you would earn two Tier Credits and two Reward Credits.

You also earn for your poker play as well. All WSOP events and tournament poker play earn you credits on Caesars Rewards besides single table satellites.

You will automatically receive credits when the event closes. This is usually the day after registration. You can redeem earned reward credits to buy into WSOP tournaments & events.

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Nicole Russo is the Brand Content Strategist for Previously, she covered the gambling industries in Tennessee and Indiana as a content editor for and She comes from the world of poker, leading the marketing efforts for online poker in Nevada and New Jersey with the WSOP. Russo also assisted with the marketing efforts for the Caesars Sportsbook launch in 2019.

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