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Australia-based bookmaker PointsBet has been making significant waves in the U.S. online betting market since its 2019 debut in New Jersey. Featuring a top-tier mobile app equipped with a full complement of betting markets, plus exclusive features like PointsBetting, it is expected to contend for a top market share throughout the country.
This is your catch-all summary for all things PointsBet. Learn about bonuses, how to sign up for an account, state eligibility, registration, deposits, and more. We’ve got you covered.
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Creating a PointsBet Account
Creating your PointsBet online sports betting account only takes a few seconds.
- Step 1: Click our PointsBet sportsbook link here and be automatically directed to our custom landing page.
- Step 2: You’ll see our custom PointsBet bonus clearly displayed on the landing page, just above the red “SIGN UP NOW” button. Click – that – button.
- Step 3: Lastly, there’s a second registration page where you’ll be required to submit a few other personal details like the last 4 digits of your SSN, an address, and choose a password. After that, you’re good to go!
Funding and Withdrawing from a PointsBet Sportsbook Account
Once you’re logged in, there’s a red ‘Deposit Now’ button in the top right corner of the sportsbook where you can easily fund your account. Accepted methods will be different in each state, but will generally have some overlap. Expect to see:
- Online Banking
- PointsBet MasterCard
- PayNearMe (available at Family Dollar, CVS, 7Eleven, and other retail locations)
- Credit/Debit Card (usually Visa/MasterCard)
- In person at the casino cage
In states where PointsBet operates a retail sportsbook you can deposit and withdraw in person at the casino cage. You never have to worry about the security of your funds, if you need your money you can drive over and get it.
As mentioned above, available methods will be dependent on your location. The best way to see what’s available is to load up the PointsBet website, or the mobile app, and visit the cashier.
Betting Options on PointsBet Online Sportsbook
You’ve got an account. You’ve got money to wager. Now it’s time to get involved in the action. PointsBet highlights the most popular games to bet on under its ‘Featured’ tab. It will show you the spread, total, and moneyline options first. If you click directly on the event you’ll see a wealth of other options though, so be sure to look around until you find exactly what you’re looking for.
PointsBet uses a collapsible menu on the left side of the screen to display its betting markets. Once you’ve pinpointed the right bet(s), simply select it and you’ll see it appear on your slip. Add numerous wagers to take part in multi-bet options like parlays. When ready, hit the ‘PLACE BET’ button at the bottom of the betting slip to book it.
PointsBetting, the wager that gives the sportsbook its name, is a revolutionary way to bet on sports. While it’s a high-risk option, it has the potential for massive payouts, truly delivering a high reward.
When PointsBetting you first declare the amount you want as your “stake”. For example, let’s say you’ve chosen $10. Each “unit” or point for the bet will then be worth $10. If the over/under for an NFL QB’s yardage was set at 300 yards, and you took the over, you would earn $10 for every yard that the QB throws for in excess of 300. If they end the game with 325 yards, you’d earn $10 (stake) x 25 yards (unit) = $250.
Unfortunately, it works in reverse, too. If the QB threw for just 275 yards, you would then be responsible for paying $250. PointsBetting offers the potential for big wins, and big losses… but rest assured, bettors are engaged until the final whistle because every point and every play counts.
PointsBet Sportsbook Active States and General Information
PointsBet has its sights set on conquering the legal sports betting market within the United States. The first mobile PointsBet experience went live in New Jersey on February 27, 2019, as a skin on the Meadowlands Racetrack license. Since then, both online and retail sportsbooks have launched in Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana.
|State Available||Bonus||Retail Partner||Online Launch|
|New Jersey||GET BONUS||Meadowlands Racetrack (skin)||Feb. 2019|
|Iowa||GET BONUS||Catfish Bend Casino||Nov. 2019|
|Indiana||GET BONUS||Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg||Mar. 2020|
|Illinois||Coming Soon||Hawthorne Race Course||Sep. 2020|
|Colorado||GET BONUS||Double Eagle Hotel and Casino||Nov. 2020|
|Michigan||GET BONUS||Northern Waters Casino||Jan. 2021|
|New York||GET BONUS||N/A||Jan. 2022|
|Pennsylvania||GET BONUS||Hollywood Casino York||Jan. 2022|
|Kansas||GET BONUS||Kansas Crossing Casino||Sept. 2022|
|Maryland||GET BONUS||Riverboat-on-the-Potomac||Nov. 2022|
While PointsBet offers a very similar sports betting product in each state that it operates, there are some small details that differ that we’ll summarize for you here.
PointsBet operates in New Jersey as a skin on the Meadowlands Racetrack gaming license, however, it is not the official brick-and-mortar sportsbook sponsor on site – that honor goes to FanDuel. This means that you cannot deposit to your PointsBet account in person, at the Meadowlands Racetrack. You can withdraw there, though.
In NJ you can’t wager on in-state college teams, or any college sports being held in the state. Unfortunately this includes any NCAA tournament action or college bowl games that are hosted within New Jersey.
Iowa is a popular state for sports betting, and was actually one of the first states to offer mobile betting. PointsBet has partnered with Catfish Bend Casino to bring its app to the state. One thing to remember is that Iowa does not permit in-game props on college sports, or any individual sports with participants under 18.
Similar to New Jersey, in the state of Illinois sportsbooks are not permitted to offer action on in-state college teams. Northwestern, the Illini, etc., won’t be found on betting sheets. Hawthorne Race Course is PointsBet’s partner within the state, where a retail betting facility is also available.
Colorado does not have many restrictions on what you can bet on. Betting on drafts, award shows and all your favorite sports is fair game. The only restriction of note is that prop bets on college sports are not allowed in Colorado.
PointsBet was among the first operators out of the gate in the Great Lakes State, opening its MI online sportsbook in January 2021. PointsBet is partnered in Michigan with the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, who own the Northern Waters Casino.
PointsBet is one of nine sportsbooks operating in New York, which has become the largest sports betting market in the country. The operator has done quite well so far in the Empire State, due partially to its popular betting platform and name recognition from partnering with NBC Sports and Sunday Night Football.
Right across the border from New York, PointsBet is also live in Pennsylvania. The operator partnered with Hollywood Casino York and is online-only. The Casino itself has a Barstool Sportsbook retail location on-site. No matter; PointsBet makes virtually all its money from online access anyway, and it has been quite successful in PA so far.
West Virginia (now Fanatics Sportsbook)
Note: Fanatics Sportsbook has replaced PointsBet in WV.
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races is in the northeastern corner of the state, actually closer to Baltimore and Washington, DC than any major city in West Virginia. It’s also the casino partner for PointsBet, which has an online-only presence in the state. West Virginia has proven to be a solid sports betting market, with several online sportsbooks and a handful of retail options.
Virginia (now Fanatics Sportsbook)
Note: Fanatics Sportsbook has replaced PointsBet in VA.
Virginia is a new sports betting and casino gaming market. Casinos are coming to the state and online sports betting is already present. PointsBet partnered with Colonial Downs, a very old and popular horse track. Right now the partnership is online-only, but we wouldn’t be surprised if a retail sportsbook pops up there soon.
PointsBet launched in Kansas on September 1, 2022 through a partnership with the Kansas Crossing Casino, one of just four retail casinos in the state. The partnership is online-only for now but that may change in the future.
Fun fact: The entire Potomac River, up to the Virginia shore, is considered part of Maryland. This is relevant because PointsBet’s retail partner in Maryland is actually connected to Virginia. Riverboat-on-the-Potomac is licensed by Maryland regulators but sits in the water just off downtown Colonial Beach, Virginia. A retail sportsbook is planned, which is sure to be popular among the area residents in…Virginia.
Ohio (no longer available)
PointsBet launched in Ohio on January 1, 2023 as an online partner of Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course. Unfortunately, the sportsbook ceased operations in the state later in the year.
PointsBet in Canada
PointsBet is now in Canada! That’s right, the popular US and Australian sportsbook has entered another country due to Ontario opening up its borders to outside operators. Over a dozen sportsbooks, including PointsBet, quickly entered the market in April 2022, and more are expected in the future. It is expected that PointsBet will do quite well in Ontario because of its popularity in America.
From Browser to App
PointsBet accepts online wagers through both browsers and its modern mobile app, and generally speaking there’s not much difference between the two. The mobile app has been optimized to work on a smaller screen, and offers a very similar, equally user-friendly experience. The Android app can be downloaded directly from the Google Play store while iOS users can find PointsBet right in the App store.
When running the PointsBet app you’ll be required to permit it access to the internal GPS chip on your device, so that it can confirm that you are physically located in a state with legal online sports betting. Similarly, browser-based bettors will have to install a plugin on their computer to serve the same function.
PointsBet Sportsbook FAQ
What is the PointsBet sportsbook welcome bonus?
PointsBet has one of the best welcome bonuses in the industry. Check out the promotion info at the top of the page for the latest offer. Click here to sign up for an account and take advantage of this great promotion.
Is PointsBet legit?
Yes! PointsBet only accepts bets in states that have legalized sports betting. PointsBet is a fully licensed operation.
Is my money safe on PointsBet?
Your money is 100% safe with PointsBet. Unlike offshore books that may raise questions, PointsBet has been vetted by the regulatory body in each state that it operates. Betting with PointsBet is no different than doing so at a casino on the strip in Las Vegas.
What kind of customer support is available?
PointsBet’s customer service is really easy to access. If using a browser, scroll to the bottom of your page and select either ‘Help’, ‘Email Us’ or ‘Live Chat’ from the list of options in the footer. Within the app the same options are available, you just need to call up the main menu and take a look at the available betting markets.
Where is PointsBet available?
PointsBet is available in PA, NY, MI, CO, IL, IN, IA, KS, MD, and NJ.
Can I use PointsBet while visiting a state where it is available?
Of course you can! There is no residency requirement to use PointsBet or any other sportsbook. The only requirement is that you must be physically present in the state. Once you are in a state where PointsBet is available and you are 21 or older, you can sign up for an account or use it if you already have an account.
What banking options does PointsBet offer?
PointsBet offers several different deposit and withdrawal options for its customers, including online banking, credit/debit card, PayNearMe, ACH Check, and in-person at the casino cage where available.
What options are available for those that suffer from gambling addiction?
Look for the ‘Responsible Gaming’ link at the bottom of the sportsbook homepage to pull up a full list of resources. From useful guidelines, to people you can speak with, to voluntary account closure. PointsBet is committed to keeping its bettors safe, and is ready and willing to assist.