PointsBet Ontario Now Accepting Debit Deposits and Withdrawals

PointsBet Ontario Now Accepting Debit Deposits and Withdrawals

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PointsBet Ontario is now accepting debit deposits and withdrawals
Operate your sportsbook account using Interac
Find out how to sign up with PointsBet Ontario below

Up to this point, online sports betting in Ontario often required you to enter credit card information during the registration process. This can be a deterrent for some, causing interested sports fans and bettors to shy away from wagering on their favourite games, players, and events. However, thanks to PointsBet Ontario, there’s now an opportunity to get involved in the world of sports betting using debit in Canada’s largest province.

Keep reading to find out how this process works, how to sign up with PointsBet, and potential games and events worthy of placing your first wager on.

Using Interac with PointsBet Ontario

If the thought of entering your credit card information into an online sportsbook stresses you out a bit, PointsBet Ontario has offered the perfect solution.

By using Interac, users are now able to make deposits and withdrawals using their debit card. This means the money being wagered comes directly from your bank account, and any money being won can be withdrawn and placed directly into your bank account as well.

No need for credit card information anymore. This feature puts the power directly in the bettor’s hands to make sure they are 100% comfortable with the details they are attaching to their account.

Once signed up with PointsBet, you’re then able to act and operate just like every other bettor on the site. You can wager on your favourite teams and players at your own pace.

How to Sign up With PointsBet Ontario

If the idea of betting with debit sounds exciting to you, you can go ahead and register for a new account with PointsBet by following the below-listed steps. If you already have an account, you’re free to sign in and start making withdrawals or deposits using Interac as well.

Create an account with PointsBet Ontario by clicking
HERE

Enter sign-up information including name, date of birth, address, email, and social security number
Link your Interac account to your PointsBet account
Make an initial deposit
Start betting!

It’s really that simple. Once you’re signed up and registered, you’re free to navigate the site and place wagers at your leisure.

PointsBet App

An additional way to sign up for a PointsBet Ontario app that’s worth pointing out is through their app. Currently, it is one of the best Ontario sports betting apps available to be downloaded.

Available through Apple and Android, users will be able to access the entire sportsbook on the app without having to use a laptop or computer.

>>> CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP WITH POINTSBET ONTARIO <<<

Betting on the NBA Finals or NHL Playoffs in Ontario

Once you’re signed up with PointsBet through one of our sign-up links, starting your wagering with some NBA betting or NHL betting is a great first step to take.

Game 4 of the NBA Finals kicks off tonight at 8:00 PM ET with the Boston Celtics set as 4-point home favourites over the Golden State Warriors.

Game 5 between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the New York Rangers takes place tomorrow night at 7:00 PM ET. The Lightning are 1.5-point favourites despite playing on the road in NY.

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An online sportswriter since 2019, David has spent time covering all four major Philadelphia sports teams for Philly Sports Network and FanSided. He spent time as an NFL/MLB Staff Writer for EndGame360’s Sportscasting page and has appeared on several popular podcasts.

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NBA
MLB

An online sportswriter since 2019, David has spent time covering all four major Philadelphia sports teams for Philly Sports Network and FanSided. He spent time as an NFL/MLB Staff Writer for EndGame360’s Sportscasting page and has appeared on several popular podcasts.

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