The PointsBet Texas Sportsbook could be launching in the state in the not-too-distant future. When and if Texas sports betting is legalized, this should be one of the first operators to launch in the market. Read on to find out everything you can expect from this operator.
We're too far away from the potential launch to predict exactly what the PointsBet Texas promo will be. However, this operator tends to release some of the most valuable welcome promos on the market, so bettors should expect to receive a very valuable Texas sports betting promo code at launch.
No, PointsBet Texas is not yet legal. This is because of The Lone Star State's current rules surrounding sports betting in TX. When and if everything goes live, PointsBet Sportsbook is expected to launch in Texas, however.
It's not possible to predict exactly when PointsBet Texas is going to go live. First, the state has to legalize sports betting, then the operator has to receive a license. Depending on how things go, it's possible this operator launches sometime in 2024 – though that is far from a sure thing.
PointsBet Sportsbook has become one of the most revered operators in the country thanks to a host of unique features. And, of course, those features will all be coming to PointsBet Texas when everything launches. Here's what to look out for at launch:
Arguably one of the most compelling unique features on the market, PointsBetting will get plenty of bettors to sign up for PointsBet Texas. The feature allows wins and losses to scale with the outcome of the bet. For example, if your bet wins by one unit, you'll receive 1x your stake in winnings. If your bet wins by two units, you'll 2x your stake, and so on. Of course, this does work in reverse as well, so if you lose your bet by two units, you'll lose twice your initial stake. This is a brand-new style of betting that users have grown to love.
Overall, PointsBet Texas should be one of the strongest operators on the market when and if it does go live. Thanks to its seamless user interface, competitive odds and fantastic PointsBetting feature, this will be a must-have Texas betting app when everything launches.
No, PointsBet Texas is not yet legal, due to the current rules and regulations surrounding sports betting in the state. Once the state does decide to legalize sports betting, expect this operator to be one of the first to launch in the market.
Blake Weishaar is a commercial editor and fact-checker BetTexas.com. With nearly a decade of experience writing and editing in the gambling industry, he has been at the forefront of the ever-growing US sports betting market, including the repeal of PASPA in 2018. He is committed to making sure readers have the most up-to-date and correct information about Texas sports betting regulations and information.
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