It’s an exciting time for you as a sports bettor in Ontario, with top sportsbooks ready to go live in just a few weeks. One is the PointsBet Ontario sportsbook and we’re going to tell you exactly what’s on offer for you.
First, we’ll let you know if there’s a user-friendly website — nobody wants to miss out on smooth navigation, right? Then we’ll walk you through the rest of the site and by the time you get to the end of our PointsBet review, you’ll know if you want to sign up.
PointsBet: Pros & Cons
- Trusted brand
- Full-featured platform
- Great odds
As well as being ultra-secure, the PointsBet website is something of a work of art. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, everything functions exactly as it should. And when it comes to navigation, whatever you want is literally just a click away.
The PointsBet Ontario sportsbook platform is sure to be equally as good, but when the operator first launches, it’s possible there will only be a PointsBet Ontario app. This is due to the strict Ontario regulations in place with regard to your physical location.
There are always plenty of trusted payment methods on offer at PointsBet. Usually, the major credit or debit cards, bank ACH transfer, and a good variety of ewallets like PayPal, Skrill and Neteller, plus some alternative options like Paysafe.
Our past experiences with PointsBet have always meant instant deposits and hassle-free withdrawals, with a very fast processing time. Although we cannot confirm the exact details, we’re sure that the PointsBet sportsbook Ontario app will make everything just as easy for you.
The operator has already announced that the PointsBet Ontario sportsbook customer support personnel will be native Canadians. For anyone who should need to contact customer service, that will be a big plus point.
PointsBet usually provides a very efficient Live Chat option (manned by people, not bots) that is available 24/7. There is often a toll-free phone option as well, if you prefer to talk, but this does vary.
Either way, PointsBet has always had high ratings from us for its customer support, and we expect it to provide exactly the same when it launches in Ontario on 4 April.
If you choose to sign up with the PointsBet Ontario sportsbook, you can do so safe in the knowledge that it’s entirely secure and legitimate. It already has its license in place, issued by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, which will come into force as of midnight 4 April 2022.
Although we haven’t been able to look at the website or betting app so far, there is nothing to suggest that the PointsBet Ontario sportsbook won’t be just as secure and safe as its US counterparts.
Along with plenty of sports betting options and other extras, you’ll find that there are lots of great features available. Although some of the features won't be anything new if you are a PointsBet app bettor, it’s unlikely you’ll find better elsewhere.