Although we now prefer betting online to get better odds as well as the ability to bet one game at a time, we’ll still occasionally buy Proline tickets – with the expectation of making money. In this article, we’ll explain how following these 9 simple Proline betting tips will enable you to do the same.
In this Mise-O-Jeu review, you’ll see that the Quebec sports lottery compares pretty well to PlayNow and Proline Stadium when it comes to betting options. On top of the standard moneyline, point spread and Over/Under betting lines, they also offer a nice selection of alternate lines and props. However, we put them third in our […]
An outdated website, limited betting selection and low-paying odds explain why we rank Sport Select fourth out of the five provincial sports lotteries in Canada.
Many Canadians grumble that Ontario gets preferential treatment from the government. But that’s definitely not the case when it comes to their provincial sports lottery.
We review Atlantic Canada’s provincial sports lottery, comparing it to other provinces as well as to online sportsbooks. Good news, east coast residents: it stacks up pretty well.
If you enjoy betting on sports, you’re probably already familiar with your provincial sports lottery. But did you know that not all provincial sports lotteries were created equal? Just like our geography and culture, sports betting in Canada is different based on what part of the country you are in. If you live on the west coast […]
This review of BCLC PlayNow.com and PlayNow Manitoba explains why we rank them as the best sports lottery in Canada.
Proline NFL parlay odds can look pretty good at first — until you remember the Proline tie rules.
Proline may seem like the easiest way for Canadians to bet on sports, but it comes with many disadvantages. Here’s a baker’s dozen of them.
You still need to bet a parlay, but there are times you can find better NCAA basketball betting odds on Proline than at sportsbooks.