TheScore lays groundwork for national wagering

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One of the biggest success stories to emerge from Canada has been TheScore, a sports content brand that is based out of the country and has provided some of the most high-quality developments in the sports and journalism content spaces. And TheScore has done a great job of building products that will lay the groundwork for more innovation in Canada, ... Read more

What is jurisdiction-free wagering?

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One of the biggest things that has made online betting so important as of late is the presence of technology. It has changed the way that players bet, allowing them to do so on mobile devices, among other options. But there is one way that sports betting online has the chance to change once again, and that is through the ... Read more

Raptors bettors set records

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The Toronto Raptors became a part of NBA history once and for all when they won their first ever NBA championship by defeating the Golden State Warriors to claim the 2019 NBA Finals. Their run to the championship was somewhat unexpected, but bettors in Canada were sure to take advantage of the surge in form that the team experienced over ... Read more

Why bankroll management is so important

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Online sports betting allows sports bettors to place wagers on any number of sporting events around the world at all times, including bets on events that are already in progress. There are few limitations as to what can be wagered on. But one of the limitations that do exist is a player’s bankroll, which can greatly impact how much wagering ... Read more

Advantages of online vs. in-person predictions

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Sports bettors in Canada have plenty of choices as far as where they can place their bets in this day and age, thanks to the wide range of sports betting sites that exist. And while the legal in-person betting options in Canada consist only of multi-leg sports bets, the industry as a whole in the country is in a promising ... Read more

Do sports leagues support legalized wagers?

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One of the questions that always comes up regarding sports betting is how the major professional sports leagues in the world feel about it. This is always an interesting discussion, as sports leagues don’t actually have control over the outcome of any sports betting legislation, but their opinion is interesting nonetheless. And with sports betting legalization increasing across the United ... Read more

What US border states legalizing means

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Canadian sports betting is in an interesting spot right now. It is not yet fully legal, although online betting is made acceptable through various sites. Meanwhile, Canada’s neighbors to the South are in the middle of a period of widespread legalization, as more and more states in the United States are allowing legalized sports betting. As it pertains to Canada, ... Read more

VSIN announces show to air

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One of the growing sectors of the sports betting industry in North America is the rise of sports betting broadcasting, with companies responding to the popularity of sports betting by producing shows about placing wagers. Now, thanks to a new deal between Anthem Sports and the Vegas Sports and Information Network (VSIN), Canadian sports fans will have a chance to ... Read more

Can I bet on VR events?

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Virtual reality is one of the most popular things in the world of technology, as users are able to use a combination of a VR headset and their mobile devices to be sent off anywhere they choose. One of the places where VR has the chance to be the most impactful is the world of sports betting, where there are ... Read more

How Toronto would be impacted by legal wagers

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Toronto has spent time as the talk of the sports world in 2019, with the Toronto Raptors becoming the first team in a long time to win the NBA Finals that wasn’t the Golden State Warriors or a team led by LeBron James. And as Canada’s momentum in sports hit that crescendo, many couldn’t help but think about the implications ... Read more