PointsBet got its start in Australia, but is not firmly established here in the U.S. The sportsbook is available under license from state regulators in Maryland, New York, Ohio, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Kansas, Iowa, West Virginia, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan, Virginia and Illinois.
It's since launched in states including New York, Colorado, Indiana, and others. It inked its initial five-year deal with NBC Sports — worth nearly $500 million — in 2020. The deal gave NBCU an equity stake in PointsBet and made PointsBet the exclusive sports betting partner of NBC Sports.
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SIG Sports now owns 12.8% of PointsBet after the investment. The deal was announced Monday, June 20. SIG also announced that its fully-owned subsidiary, PointsBet Europe Holding (PEH), has secured an exploratory deal with Nellie Analytics, a Palo Alto, California-based company.
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You can process an Electronic Bank Transfer from your online banking account using the following details, or make a cash deposit at a Commonwealth Bank Branch in Australia. In order to deposit via bank transfer, Log in to your online banking portal. Include your Pointsbet account number in the reference description.