Online Gambling on Hockey Safe in Saskatchewan

Published Thursday, January 31, 2013 -

Saskatchewan Canada’s online casino and sports book GEObet Gambling Network has the right spirit when it comes to hockey. After all hockey is considered by many the national sport in the frozen north so there are many fans who really appreciate what the GEObet network is doing. By offering gamers refunds if their teams lose games. They will refund losing money-line and puck-line bets when Canadian teams lose a regular season game that goes to overtime. Those teams include the Winnipeg Jets, Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks, Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames with the maximum refund totalling anything up to $/€/£50. Sweet deal from the new Saskatchewan First Nations Indian tribe, operate under its licenses from Malta, Curacao and the Mohawk territory of Kahnawake Quebec.

The tribal casino has been up and operating for a short time with results from the international market picking up. Tribal casinos are big in Canada but this is the first of its kind in the prairie provinces. Online casinos have been introduced by the British Columbian, Quebec. Manitoban, and soon Ontario provincial governments. Online gambling has been on the rise in Canada with thousands of punters going to online casinos rather than travelling to land based locations.

Internet gambling is a practical way to play in a country where travel on icy snow filled roads at sub zero temperatures for about six months of the year is not fun for those seeking a little fun. Ontario is relaxing its gambling laws to allow more land based casinos with more slot machines and gaming tables. Tribal casinos compete with the government facilities with tribal casinos sometimes offering a better and more complete experience with hotels and top notch entertainment.

The online gambling market in Canada is happy the National Hockey League has settled its differences and if finally playing the game that they can place a bet on.

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