PointsBet California is not live yet but is expected to launch once California sports betting goes live. Read on to find out everything there is to know about this brand, including the PointsBet California promo code, app review and more.
We're unsure what the PointsBet California promo code will be as sports betting is not yet live in the Golden State. However, it's widely expected that PointsBet Sportsbook will offer its $800 in free bets that the brand provides in other markets. When sportsbooks do go live in the state, you can bet that we will have all of the top California sports betting promos.
No, PointsBet is not legal in California, yet. However, the brand is expected to be live among California sports betting apps and sites once sports betting goes live.
While we don't have an exact launch date for PointsBet Sportsbook California, it will be some time before the brand goes live in the state. At the earliest, PointsBet could go live in California by 2024 or 2025, though that's entirely speculative. And keep a look out for California online casinos, because you can bet that PointsBet will be bringing its online casino games to the state if and when legalization occurs.
PointsBet is known to offer some top-notch sports betting features in its other markets of operation, so you can bet that the Australian-born brand will bring those features to California. Here are some of the key features of PointsBet Sportsbook:
PointsBet's namesake PointsBetting feature is an integral part of any bettor's sports betting experience by giving customers the opportunity to multiply their winnings. Instead of betting on fixed odds, your payout depends on how much you win your bet by. For example, if your bet wins by 6 points, you will win six times your money. Conversely, if your bet loses by 3 points, you will lose three times your initial wager. Before placing your first PointsBetting bet, make sure you determine how much you're comfortable with losing because even though a PointsBetting wager gives bettors a chance to make huge profits, be careful because you can lose big just as fast.
No, PointsBet is not legal in California, yet. However, the brand is expected to be live in the Golden State if legislators are successful in passing a sports betting bill. Until then, the nearest state in which PointsBet is live is Arizona.
It's tough to tell when PointsBet California will go live, though it will likely be a while until the brand launches in the Golden State. At the earliest, it could be until 2024 or 2025 that PointsBet goes live in California.
Blake Weishaar is an experienced writer and editor, having covered the gambling industry for nearly a decade. He currently serves as a commercial editor and fact-checker for BetCalifornia.com and is committed to making sure readers have the most up-to-date and correct information about California's sports betting market.
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