In a major coup for the newest sportsbook to enter the US Sportsbetting market, PointsBet has struck a deal as the sponsor of the Chicago Bears for the upcoming season.
PointsBet will be able to access the Chicago Bears logos and other branding material to promote its sportsbook. In addition, the odds that they will be offering for Chicago Bears fans has been touted to be the best in the market.
With sports betting only just legalized in 2019, PointsBet is the first book to team up with the Chicago Bears.
“We are delighted to announce the PointsBet as a Proud Partner in the Bears family,” declared Ted Phillips Chicago Bears CEO and President. “Together will be able to provide greater interactivity with our fans.”
PointsBet Mobile App
PointsBet Illinois is fast becoming the number 1 sports betting app in the State.
The only sportsbook to provide points betting, a betting type that maximizes winnings via margins, many bettors are attracted to the ability to mix and match bets to form various parlays. Many players are also pleased with the ease of use and responsive of the app. Bets can be placed and approved quickly, while the numerous bets and promotions keep fans entertained (even when losing!)
But the key draw-card, is the unbeatable Risk Free bet of up to $1,000 for new sign up players. The risk free bet provide an opportunity for new players to give points betting a try, as well as the more well known fixed odds bets.
On the retail side, PointsBet has partnered the Hawthorne Race Course and its four outlets to launch its presence. At only 10 miles from downtown Chicago, the convenience is undoubtedly puts PointsBet at an advantage to other sportsbook operators.
About PointsBet US
Across the country, PointsBet US has opened up offices in Iowa, New Jersey, New York and Colorado. Not holding back, in August 2020, it signed a five year deal with NBC Sports Media to promote PointsBet across all its digital media assets – this will allow PointsBet to extend its reach through prime time NFL, NBA, MLB and other professional games. Upon announcement of the partnership with NBC Sports, the shares in the publicly listed Australian entity more than doubled in price.