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Northern Exposure: PokerStars Live In Ontario, Responsible Gaming Loophole

Northern Exposure: PokerStars Live In Ontario, Responsible Gaming Loophole

Each Thursday, Sports Handle will recap all the top sports betting news in Canada , highlight the Game of the Week, and take a look ahead at some of the most intriguing games to bet on over the weekend. Our top Canadian sports stories this week

Event of the week

The Championships, Wimbledon

With the professional hockey and basketball seasons now over, bettors are shifting their focus to other summer sports, like tennis.

The stage doesn’t get any bigger than Wimbledon, and two Canadians — Denis Shapovalov and Bianca Andreescu — are seeking tennis glory in the men’s and women’s competition.

Shapovalov (-162 at FanDuel ) is favored in his second-round match against Brandon Nakashima on Thursday. The 16th-ranked men’s player in the world has long +7000 odds to win the competition.

Andreescu (-137 at FanDuel) is also favored in her second-round match with Elena Rybakina. She has +3200 odds to win the women’s competition and wasn’t too happy with Canadian broadcasters after her first-round victory at the tournament was partially missed by viewers. Sad to see Canadian fans tweeting
about not being able to watch most of
my first round match at Wimbledon… on
TV or the app…. no problem for Denis or
Felix tho �� @TSN_Sports @TSNTennis ?!? — Bianca (@Bandreescu_) June 28, 2022 PokerStars has arrived PokerStars went live in Ontario on Tuesday morning after getting fully licensed with provincial regulators. Part of Flutter Entertainment, PokerStars launched its sportsbook and popular poker product across the province, but some users have been unhappy about the reduced player pools as the result of liquidity issues that came with regulation. @PokerStarsON switched over and their is literally no one seated in any games. This is awful for pokerstars and if this doesn’t improve, i’m closing my account of almost 20 years #pokerstars #ontario #wtf — Eric (@EricWebbwood) June 28, 2022 Every poker site is now dead in Ontario. Player and prize pools have been cut by 99%. It’s not worth your time or money to play online poker in Ontario anymore… — Gomd (@Gomd05876604) June 29, 2022 Earlier this year, daily fantasy sports players in Ontario […]

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