In the highly competitive Ontario igaming market, now at 44 legal entities with live digital properties and counting, they all need an edge over the others.
On Wednesday, theScore Bet announced the launch of a web version for its sports-betting and casino offerings, which they’re hoping gives them that edge. Like with many of their competitors, theScore Bet posts the latest odds/lines on Ontarians’ favorite teams, like the Blue Jays, Leafs, Raptors, and Bills, along with other content; all is viewable without creating an account or being logged in.
The aesthetics are sharp, with a black background, and the general organization of the site is fast and easy to read. For example, for Wednesday night’s Leafs-Avalanche game under the top general are the subheadings “parlay,” “lines,” “game props,” “player props,” and “specials.” These make it easy to navigate, have some fun, and put down a few bets on the game.
The timing, as well, is apropos, with the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Basketball Championships tipping off this week.
The new desktop version is compatible with all modern web browsers.
“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 favorite casino games,” said Noah Levy, SVP of product management for theScore.