PointsBet Review

16 Nov 2020 08:47 pm, by YorkshireSquare


Established in 2017, licensed by The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, PointsBet was completely unknown to the bettors in Europe and North America just a few years ago. The company was established in Australia in 2017. Since then PointsBet started expanding. In the US, the company became one of the latest additions to the booming New Jersey market thanks to a deal with Meadowlands Racetrack. After the launch in January, the sportsbook quickly came into the spotlight. On the one hand, it made waves by signing endorsement deals with NBA hall-of-famer Allen Iverson and former NFL cornerback Darrelle Revis. On the other hand, its success was made possible by the company’s innovative and unique promotions like PointsBetting.

Is Pointsbet legal and safe?
PointsBet takes reasonable steps to protect personal information from misuse, loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure including by using password protected systems and databases and Secure Socket Layer “SSL” technology.

PointsBet legal status by state
PointsBet is currently only available in New Jersey and Iowa.

PointsBet Sports Betting Lines
PointsBet offers a vast selection of sports: NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, college sports, soccer, tennis, motor sports, boxing, MMA, rugby, and more niche sports like cricket, golf, darts, cycling, Aussie rules. What really highlights PointsBet is an insane range of betting options. There are dozens of options even for average events. This number goes up to 200-250 markets when it comes to NBA games. Impressive numbers especially contrasting with other online betting companies in the state of New Jersey. PointsBet’s betting roster includes usual options such as futures, moneylines, parlays, in-plays, point spreads, totals, props, and derivatives. Users can bet on quarter, period or half total scores, corner totals, away team goals, whether there will be a shootout, etc. The variety of individual player props is outstanding too. It includes shooting and completion percentages, time of the first goal, touchdown or basket, points combined with assists and rebounds. An exact number of markets may differ from event to event but there is a little sweetener: customers can tweet their propositions @PointsBetUSA if they are not listed yet and the bookie will add them to the roster. Betting odds at PointsBet are competitive, though they are not always the sweetest. For example, most of the future odds are slightly higher on other sites and parlays are medium. But with the help of the numerous boosts and promotions, the pricing can skyrocket.





Live betting: ✓

Live streaming: x

PointsBet live betting
Thanks to the huge amount of markets live-betting at PointsBet gets very entertaining. The software works smoothly so you won’t experience any delays or other technical problems. PointsBet’s live-betting is available on almost all of the games they offer.

Creating a new account at PointsBet
Signing up with PointsBets is easy. Simply click on the SIGN UP button on the website and fill out the registration form. Provide a valid email address, full name, address, and a telephone number.

PointsBet Bonuses & Promos
Two risk-free bets. New players can get a refund on their first PointsBetting wager and first fixed odds bet. Each refund is up to $500 (totaled up to $1000). Parlay refunds. Place a 5+ leg parlay and if one leg fails you’ll get a refund up to $50. Cash out. You can settle a pre-match single fixed odd bet to cut losses or lock in winnings.

Do you need a bonus or a promo code for PointsBet?
There’s no need for a bonus code when signing up with PointsBet.

PointsBet Bets odds boost
Various daily boosters are available. The bookie offers a couple of dozens of them. Max bet is $100. There is also a lunch-time boost: the company chooses one bet daily for a boost that will be available for a limited time.

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