CA Online sportsbook reviews
Welcome to our sportsbook reviews hub for Canada, where you will find all of the legal sports betting options. The top sportsbook reviews for Canada are regulated and are some of the most well-known brands in world betting. Our reviews of the top CA betting sites will give you details about all aspects of their operation, including betting apps, bonus offers and deposit options. The top CA sportsbook we have reviewed include:
List of top CA sportsbook reviews
Canada has undergone somewhat of a gambling transformation in 2021, with regulation finally set to hit the sports betting scene. This means many sportsbook brands that have operated in Canada will be forced to withdraw, while others will enter the market after securing licensing. On this page we will highlight the future of sports betting in Canada, with a brief run down of each of the sports betting sites set to launch:
- theScore.Bet: theScore Media app has long been popular in Canada and the USA, with this Toronto-based company launching their own sportsbook in 2019. While theScore Bet has largely focussed on the US market, they are set to be among the early entrants into the regulated Canadian gambling scene. theScore.Bet review.
- Pointsbet: Has quickly become popular in the USA and we see no reason why Pointsbet will not be a success in Canada. Writing sportsbook reviews can be tough, given how similar many of the betting sites out there are, but Pointsbet has several great points of difference, including their cool spread betting feature. Pointsbet CA review.
- BetMGM: One of the biggest betting sites in the USA, BetMGM has signalled its intention to launch a sportsbook in Canada. Featuring more odds and bet types than their competitors, BetMGM is also expected to launching their online casino games and poker in Canada. This sportsbook review was one of our favourites, given they have such good sign up offers. BetMGM review.
- DraftKings: Already very familiar to Canadians, DraftKings sportsbook has indicated they will enter the regulated bettin market. DraftKings DFS will still be available, however, like we have seen in the US, they will also offer extensive markets on everything from football to international sports. DraftKings is likely to be on of the first non-government backed sportsbooks to enter Canada legally. DraftKings review.
- FanDuel: Probably more known for their Daily Fantasy Sports offering, FanDuel is set to enter the Canadian sports betting scene sometime in 2021. FanDuel is a big company, owned by Paddy Power, which means their tech and depth in odds put them up with the market leaders in all the sportsbook reviews we have written for Canada. FanDuel CA review.
- SportsInteraction: Licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, SportsInteraction has been operating in Canada since 1997. SportsInteraction boasts sports betting, online casino games and online poker, on top of their horse racing markets. SportsInteraction also has downloadable apps available to customers for both Apple smartphones and Android devices. SportsInteraction review.
- Betway: Sits comfortably at among the top betting site reviews for the Canada market, although it remains to be seen whether they stay in this part of the world, when they are required to get licensing. Betway has huge depth in their odds, including being among the best football bookies, although their offering of US sports could be better. Betway review.
Betting operators rumoured to be launching in Canada
There are numerous betting companies and media conglomerates rumoured to be entering the newly regulated Canadian sports betting scene. In this section we will take a look at some of the most likely to make a bid to break into the billion dollar sports betting scene. Follow the sportsbook review links for more information about each betting operator.
Bell Sportsbook: We would love to see this happen, Bell Media enter the Canadian sports betting fray and it is appearing more and more likely as the days go on. However this may have just been keenness from a company that holds TV rights for numerous sports in Canada and can see an advertising boom coming up. They would also know just how lucrative it would be to expand into sports betting. We think they are about 50/50 to launch their own online sportsbook. Bell Sports review.