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PointsBet Ontario Is Live! Here's How to Sign Up For Sixers vs. Raptors

PointsBet Ontario Is Live! Here's How to Sign Up For Sixers vs. Raptors
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Online sports betting launched in Ontario earlier this month, and one of those operators that went live provides some of the most unique forms of gambling in the industry.

PointsBet Ontario is live with some of the best offers, promotions, and boosts in the industry.

PointsBet Ontario is live just in time for Saturday’s Raptors/Sixers playoff game and is sure to have some great offers around that contest since PointsBet Ontario is the official sports betting partner of the Raptors.

Bettors can register, opt in to viewing the PointsBet Ontario welcome offer and use the PointsBet Ontario promo code GAMBLING2. Just click the “Bet Now” button on this page to get started!

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PointsBet initially launched in the United States and is legal in 10 U.S. states. It traveled north to Ontario as one of 18 different sports betting operators to launch in the province this month.

PointsBet Ontario is the official sports betting partner of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Toronto Raptors, Toronto FC and the Toronto Argonauts.

It is also an official partnership with NBC Sports and also has a number of partnerships with North American sports teams such as the Chicago Bears and Denver Nuggets.

PointsBet Ontario Promo Code: What is PointsBetting?

PointsBet Ontario offers players with more than a dozen sports betting markets and a number of different collegiate and professional leagues within them.

In addition to having all the features of a traditional online sportsbook, PointsBet Ontario offers a form of wager called PointsBetting that earns players more money based on how much their wager wins by.

Here’s how it works: Players can wager a certain amount of money on any offered PointsBetting odds.

Since the Raptors take on the Sixers tomorrow, we’ll use Raptors guard Fred VanVleet points as an example. Let’s say VanVleet has an over-under of 21.5 points. A $10 PointsBetting over wager would mean bettors earn $10 for every point OVER 21.5 that FVV scored.

If VanVleet went off in the game and scored 32 (32-22 = 10), bettors would win $100. Of course, if VanVleet flopped and scored just 10 points (21-10 = 11), bettors would lose $110.

Bettors can cap their wins and losses to avoid losing large sums, but in general PointsBetting is a fun change of pace for bettors who feel incredibly confident about a pick.

Bettors can still find traditional bets and parlays with PointsBet, too, making it one of the most comprehensive options for Ontario bettors looking to get in on the action.

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'Tis the season for NBA betting and PointsBet has you covered for Saturday's Sixers vs. Raptors Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.

The Raptors have been one of the biggest surprises in the NBA this year, having secured the No. 5 seed in what was supposed to be a transition year. Scottie Barnes is a front runner for Rookie of the Year and of course, VanVleet and Pascal Siakam are still outstanding players.

However, the Raptors have their work cut out for them against MVP candidate Joel Embiid, James Harden and the Sixers. Toronto is a 4.5 point underdog to Philadelphia.

The great thing about PointsBet Ontario is you could win a lot more than usual if you think the Raptors are going to not only cover that spread, but win outright! Sign up today with the promo code GAMBLING2 get started betting with PointsBet Ontario!

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About the Author

Mark Strotman for Bookies.com
Mark Strotman
Mark is a veteran sports journalist who has covered the Bulls and the NBA since 2012. His work has appeared on ESPN.com, FoxSports.com, The Chicago Tribune and Yahoo Sports.