PointsBet Becomes First Sports Betting Sponsor Of Chicago Bears

The number of sentences exceeds the maximum. were the main focus of PointsBet & rsquo’s initial launch plan.

The first week, the book offered Bears +100 against the Lions, followed by +89 against the Giants. It has another no-brainer offer set up for the Falcons game on Sunday.

One would expect Chicago Bears betting promotions to continue throughout the partnership, though perhaps not as generous as the ones mentioned above.

PointsBet also partnered with legendary Bears kick returner Devin Hester, who is the face of the Illinois brand. The release says that “as a symbiotic element to the partnership, a primary point of differentiation for the PointsBet mobile product is unmatched speed and ease of use.”

PointsBet was already a serious player in Illinois thanks to its lucrative NBC deal and a prime retail location at Hawthorne Race Course. It will have four retail sportsbook locations in total, all in the Chicagoland area.

Additionally, PointsBet now has unrestricted access to Chicago White Sox, Bulls, and Blackhawks TV channels thanks to the NBC agreement. On NBC Sports Chicago, they broadcast all of their native game.

Another significant development for the American gaming company is the Bears partnership.

We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome PointsBet as a Proud Partner to the Bears home as we enter the sports betting group for the first time, according to Ted Phillips, president and CEO of the Chicago Cubs. & ldquo, This agreement will give fans a fresh way to interact with and support the team. & rdquo,

yet another collaboration

Although The Bears are probably the most well-known company PointsBet has collaborated with, they are not the first.

It has similar deals with the Detroit Tigers, Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, and the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche.

PointsBet also is partners with the Colorado Buffaloes of the NCAA.

You & rsquo will probably notice a theme above: PointsBet is aiming to compete with services like DraftKings, FanDuel, and others by focusing on particular markets.

The Bulls, White Sox, and Blackhawks don’t have an established sports betting companion like the Cubs do.

Might one of them be next? We’ll have to wait and see. Regardless, prepare to hear a lot more about PointsBet if you’re a Chicago sports fan.

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Boozell, Joe has also been a college sports writer for NCAA.com since 2015. His work has also appeared in Bleacher Report, FoxSports.com and NBA.com. Growing up, Boozell squared off against both Anthony Davis and Frank Kaminsky in the Chicagoland basketball scene … you can imagine how that went.

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