theScore Bet announced Wednesday that there is now a web version of its Ontario online casino and sports betting product. And, the announcement comes less than one month before the one-year anniversary of theScore Bet’s arrival in Ontario (April 4, 2022).
The new web-based setup shares identical features, wagering markets, and online casino games with its mobile app.
Additionally, users are now able to view lines, odds, and other content without signing up or logging in.
Noah Levy, senior vice president of product management for theScore, said in a release that he looks forward to what the new offering will bring to customers.
“Launching desktop is another example of how we’re continually building out our product to best serve customers. The web version increases accessibility, providing another way for fans in Ontario to play with theScore Bet, browse the breadth of available markets and enjoy their favourite casino games.”
Desktop launch part of incremental growth for theScore Bet
The addition of a desktop product is the latest in incremental growth for the Toronto-based theScore Bet product.
In November, the operator added a twist on parlay bets, a daily jackpot, and branded live dealer casino content.
In July, theScore Bet launched its own in-house trading platoform, making it one of the few — if not the only — Ontario sportsbook operator to control three of its most critical platforms.
The company has custom-designed and built the following three departments:
- Risk and Trading platform
- Player Account Management system
- Promotion Engine
theScore Bet’s update meshes with popular Ontario sports betting schedule
Every March leading into April is a sports fan’s dream. Here’s what fans will be able to place wagers on in the upcoming weeks.
The Men’s and Women’s Division I Basketball Championship’s tip off on March 16 and March 17, respectively. In anticipation of what should be a dynamic slate of games, theScore Bet is providing fans with another way to engage with the tournament. Will Naismith College Player of the Year frontrunners, Zach Edey (Purdue) and Caitlin Clark (Iowa), lead their programs to victory? Or will a Cinderella team break brackets and the hearts of bettors along the way? Regardless, theScore Bet is willing to listen.
Graduating from college to the pros, the NBA playoffs begins with the play-in tournament on April 11. Once completed and the 7-8 seeds are finalized in each conference, traditional gameplay starts on April 14. Injuries to star players across the league have made a champion harder to predict than in previous years, but that potentially opens the door for a more exciting finish. In other words, value awaits.
Moving from the hardwood to the ice, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are also fast approaching. The regular season ends on April 13 and the first round of playoff action is tentatively scheduled for April 17. On paper, the 2022-23 NHL playoffs seem much more cut-and-dry than both NCAA tournaments. But all it takes is one team to get hot at the right time en route to a historic run. Is this one of those years?
This time of year can be hectic, but for sports bettors in Ontario, it’s the perfect opportunity to put their knowledge to the test.