The Caesars Sportsbook Ontario launch is today, Monday, April 4, giving Ontarians access to a major sports betting app and igaming brand. Caesars gives Ontario bettors plenty of wagering options across many sports, leagues, and games.
Here’s what bettors need to know about the Caesars Ontario Sportsbook as regulated mobile and online sports betting go live in Canada.
Caesars Sportsbook Ontario Launch
Ontario is poised to be one of the largest sports betting industries in North America. It is allowing private online sportsbooks and casinos to operate in a regulated market. Ontario is the first province to give the green light to these companies, so the Caesars Sportsbook Ontario launch is a big deal.
In addition to a competitive selection of sports and bets, Ontario bettors can link their Caesars Rewards accounts to their Caesars Sportsbook accounts. This allows Caesars Rewards members to continue building points through online gambling. So, Ontario bettors who haven’t been able to make it out to Caesars Windsor can remain connected to the brand.
What To Bet On At Caesars Sportsbook
Caesars Sportsbook Ontario has many sports, leagues, and games to choose from. They include mainstream sports like NHL, NBA, MLB, and The Masters. Ontario bettors will also find other sports that are popular in the province. Cricket and curling are popular sports in Ontario. So, Ontario bettors should expect to see betting lines on those sports, too.
Caesars Sportsbook offers many types of bets, too. Ontario bettors will find game lines, including point spreads, totals, and moneylines. Caesars has props and futures on many sports, too. Finally, particularly confident bettors can place parlays, stringing multiple bets together into one larger, riskier bet with a larger potential payout.
Ultimately, bettors should bet on games they’re most interested in. They should also wager on the events they’re the most comfortable with. Game lines are far less risky than futures. Caesars Sportsbook Ontario can accommodate bettors of all risk tolerances. It’s up to each bettor to decide how much risk they can tolerate.