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Bet365 Sportsbook Ontario Is Now Live; Here's How To Sign Up

Bet365 Sportsbook Ontario Is Now Live; Here's How To Sign Up

Bet365 Sportsbook Ontario officially launched on April 4, meaning Ontario sports bettors now have access to one of the top sports betting apps available.

A fan favorite of sports bettors since launching in the United Kingdom back in 2000, bet365 Ontario Sportsbook is going to be a favorite for Ontario bettors. With competitive odds, a wide variety of markets, and every bet type you can think of, there's plenty of reasons to be excited about the launch of bet365 Sportsbook Ontario.

Ready to learn more? Then keep reading as we'll show you how quick and easy it is to sign up!

How To Sign Up For bet365 Ontario Sportsbook

Getting signed up for a bet365 Ontario account is super straightforward. Here’s how to sign up for a new account in three easy steps:

  1. Go to the bet365 Ontario website or download the mobile app for iOS or Android
  2. Create an account, fill in your personal information (you will need to provide your identity, confirm you are 19+ and prove you are located in Ontario), and complete your registration
  3. Once your account is created, make your first deposit and start betting!

It’s that easy! The best thing about bet365 Sportsbook Ontario is that it has launched right in the thick of the NHL and NBA seasons and right before the start of the MLB season (which begins on Thursday). It's perfect timing for betting on the hometown Maple Leafs, Raptors or Blue Jays, who begin their season on Friday at Rogers Centre against the Texas Rangers.

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What Can I Bet On At bet365 Sportsbook Ontario?

Bet365 Sportsbook Ontario offers a wide variety of betting markets for Canadian sports betting fans in the province. Fans of the “big four” sports like NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL are able to bet on all of those at bet365 Ontario. In addition, you can bet on other sports such as boxing, MMA, auto racing, soccer, and other niche sports like virtual sports, table tennis, volleyball, and much more!

One of the standout features at bet365 Ontario is live and in-play betting. It is one of the better betting apps for in-play betting as it offers odds on all of the popular sports while the games are being played, plus live odds from niche sports and sports taking place in other countries.

Bet Types Available At bet365 Ontario

There are a wide variety of bet types offered at bet365 Ontario. If you want to just bet on one single game then you can make a straight bet on the moneyline or on the point spread. You could instead place a parlay bet, featuring odds from the same sport, from different sports combined, or even on different markets within the same game.

There are also prop bets - for example Fred VanVleet to score over 19.5 points - and there are futures bets available too - for example the Raptors to win the NBA title. And as mentioned above, the live betting options are basically endless.

Overall, there's plenty of choice at bet365 Ontario, which makes it one of the most popular betting options in the market.

History of bet365 Sportsbook Ontario

Bet365 Sportsbook Ontario just went live in the province, but bet365 Sportsbook was already operating in the gray market for many years before the official launch of sports betting in Ontario. Some sports bettors in Ontario are already familiar with bet365 as a result.

Founded in 2000 in the United Kingdom, it is certainly true to say that bet365 Sportsbook is one of the top options for Ontario bettors now that the site is officially regulated in the market. So what are you waiting for?!

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About the Author

Adam Martin for Bookies.com
Adam Martin
A writer based out of Toronto, Adam Martin has covered professional sports, with an emphasis on sports gambling, for more than a decade, writing for such outlets as The Toronto Star and Sportsnet.