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FanDuel Canada Sportsbook to be launched by the end of 2021


Fans of sports betting in Canada are really excited to take it to a new level, now that single-game sports betting is finally legalized throughout the country. And by the end of 2021, a new platform is going to be introduced to make single-game sports betting more fun, more profitable and more thrilling as covered in this FanDuel Canada sportsbook review.

Once it’s operational, FanDuel Canada will offer sports bettors a special way to welcome them to their new sportsbook platform. They will offer a risk-free bet promo that’s worth up to $1000 in site credit. What that means is that FanDuel will refund your first bet with them if it happens to be a losing bet. All you have to do is the following: complete the registration process; make your first deposit to your new FanDuel account; place your first bet (maximum $1000); FanDuel refunds your first bet if it does not win; use the bonus funds to place further bets with FanDuel.

Sports bettors in Canada must take note that this risk-free bet promo contains a playthrough requirement. In other words, bettors need to use any site credit they have in full on other wagers before they can collect the funds in actual cash.

When one joins the FanDuel Canada Sportsbook, it comes with many betting options, such as the ability to place bets on practically every sport or game available, whether it be the NHL, NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball, PGA and UFC, to name a few. As well, a FanDuel Canada mobile app is available for downloading, for both Android and iOS devices, on either Google Play or the Apple App Store.

FanDuel Canada is under the direction of its new General Manager Dale Hooper. A former Chief Brand Officer for Rogers Communications, Hooper is bringing a great level of experience and expertise to this new way of sports betting, and is committed to make FanDuel the premier sports betting site in Canada.

Book critic, Stuart Nulman
Stuart Nulman – info@mtltimes.ca

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