PointsBet launching in Ohio

The sportsbook PointsBet is one of the sportsbooks that has gotten approval from Ohio gambling control Commission. PointsBet will be available in the state from 1 Januar, 2023.

The Ohio Casino Control Commission says that PointsBet Ohio has applied to be a provider for an online sportsbook that is part of the Youngstown casino Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley. PointsBet Ohio and a lot of other books will come out in 2022, most likely in the second half of the year. Let’s take a close look at the PointsBet Ohio.

Unqiueness of PointsBet

The fact that Points Betting is only available at PointsBet is the main distinction between PointsBet and every other sportsbooks in the country. With Points Betting, your overall bet accuracy determines whether you win or lose. The sportsbook will increase your bet by 10 if you bet on the spread and win by 10 points. If you were off by 10 points, it still works.

PointsBet Ohio Mobile App

Both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store provide the PointsBet Ohio mobile app. On the two stores, the app has received ratings of 4.6 and 4.7, respectively. You have the choice to set up a PIN or a biometric login when using the PointsBet Ohio app for the first time instead of entering your complete password.

Safety & Security of PointsBet Ohio

Points Bet’s mobile app and website are both protected by site-wide encryption that has been approved by Cloudflare. This method of protection makes sure that your personal information is secure and cannot be stolen. PointsBet offers Identity Verification and 2-factor authentication, but does not demand a strong password during account setup. The 2-factor authentication gives players peace of mind regarding the site’s security.

Players should never share their login information with anyone and should always use strong passwords for all online accounts.

Responsible Gambling at PointsBet Ohio

Links to each state’s gambling protection program are included on Points Bet’s Sportsbooks Responsible Gaming and Patron Protection page. Players from Ohio can readily consult the OCCC’s Responsible Gaming page for more information.

PointsBet Sportsbooks follows the self-exclusion rules for each state. Once in this self exclusion program, players won’t be able to access their account unless their self exclusion time period ends. PointsBet puts the safety of its players first. It has a “Player Protection Page” and a “Responsible Gaming Information Page” to help with this. Since the OCCC now officially backs the National Council on Problem Gambling instead of the Responsible Gambling Council, you will find a different page on the Ohio website than in other states.

Ohio PointsBet bonuses

A basic and uncomplicated rewards programme is provided by PointsBet. You accumulate points based on the volume and value of your bets, and you can use those points on the site to get free bets.

Players will receive one point for every $5 wagered at fixed odds, $1wagered on a parlay, and/or $1 wagered on point wagering. Therefore, whether you win or lose a $20 fixed odds gamble, you receive four points. Tiers for redemption start at 250 points and reach as high as 100,000 points.

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