TORONTO, August 16, 2022 – NorthStar Gaming is pleased to announce the launch of the NorthStar Bets app, now available for both Apple and Android users.
The NorthStar Bets app provides consumers with a convenient and immersive user experience that features access to the NorthStar Bets sportsbook as well as the online casino with the most popular games, including live dealer blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and a variety of cumulative jackpot virtual slot machines.
The NorthStar Bets app delivers a content-rich experience that includes real-time sports news alongside insights and analysis to help inform users’ betting choices. Gaming enthusiasts and sports fans have access to a unique gaming platform, now with the convenience of a mobile app.
“We’re excited to debut the NorthStar Bets app and have players discover the immersive and premium user experience it provides. The NorthStar Bets app provides users with a convenient way to play from anywhere across Ontario, anytime,” said Michael Moskowitz, Chief Executive Officer and a founding partner, NorthStar Gaming. “The launch of our app is another significant milestone for NorthStar Gaming as we continue to develop and build a unique made-in-Ontario gaming platform for Ontarians.”
For more information on NorthStar Gaming, please visit www.northstargaming.ca.
About NorthStar Gaming
NorthStar Gaming proudly owns and operates NorthStar Bets, a made-in-Ontario casino and sportsbook gaming platform that provides players with a uniquely local, premier user experience. The NorthStar Bets sportsbook provides real-time news, stats, analysis and scores directly in the betting environment along with the most popular online casino games. A Canadian company, NorthStar Gaming is uniquely positioned to become a convergence leader in the intersection of sports media and sports wagering thanks to its partnerships and agreements with leading media companies. NorthStar Gaming is committed to operating at the highest level of responsible gaming standards and to ensuring local players’ entertainment dollars stay in the province of Ontario and other regulated jurisdictions as they develop.
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