PointsBet Launch “On The House Booster” For Illinois

Sportsbook operator PointsBet, the official Chicago Bears sports betting partner, has announced the launch of the “On the House Booster” offer for Illinois sports bettors.

In time for the Thursday night football match against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week, the company will give the Bears a “extremely favourable +86 spreadline” reflecting the triumph of the 1986 Chicago Bears Superbowl.

PointsBet is offering the best price in the market for all Chicago Bears games this season, in addition to this week’s “On the House Booster,” in both the pregame spread line and money line bet styles.

The operator also recently announced a collaboration with the legend of the Chicago Bears, Devin Hester, highlighting the symbiotic aspect of the world-class pace of Hester on the field and the speed and ease of use of PointsBet, thanks to end-to – end control of its own technology and emphasising an in-house growth strategy.

This is the third time a ‘Can’t Lose’ Bears Booster has been provided by PointsBet Illinois this season. The Bears spread was increased five points for Week 1 at the Lions for every 200 bets made from its starting position of +3, resulting in a final line of +100.

PointsBet’s On the House Bears Booster began and stayed at +89 for Week 2 against the Giants, marking the distance of the longest punt return for a touchdown by brand ambassador Devin Hester.

Recently, PointsBet and Hawthorne Race Course partnered to open the next retail sportsbook in Illinois and the nearest in-person sports betting venue to downtown Chicago.

At the beginning of the NFL season , the company unveiled its mobile application and digital sports betting product in Illinois. Hawthorne’s brick and mortar sportsbook is the first of four Chicagoland sites that the companies will operate as partners in Illinois, and is a reference to the PointsBet Sportsbook that will be part of the landmark $400 m casino creation of Hawthorne, expected to open before final regulatory approval in late 2021.