theScore Bet broadens operations in Ontario via launch of desktop version
Access increased ahead of the start of the NCAA Basketball Championships
theScore Bet is now live on the web after launching a new desktop version of its online sportsbook and casino product.
Previously, the Toronto-headquartered brand was only accessible via its app which proved so popular following the launch of Ontario’s regulated online gaming and sports betting market last April, establishing a “very strong lead” against other mobile sports betting apps for number of downloads after three weeks.
But ahead of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Basketball Championships starting today, a new version of its online sportsbook and casino product is now available and is compatible with all modern web browsers.
Noah Levy, SVP of Product Management for theScore, commented: “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.”
The desktop version includes all of the same features, wagering markets and online casino games as the app, and users can now view lines, odds and other content without signing up or logging in.
Ontario remains the only market in which the brand is currently active, following last year’s decision to pull out of the US in order to focus on its efforts in Canada, specifically Ontario, where it became one of the first sportsbooks to go live in the newly regulated market.