Live Betting: Quebec now Offering Online Betting

CanadaAnother Canadian province has gone online with its live betting offerings. The province of Quebec will be offering a per head selection of games, poker and sports at Espacejeux.com.

According to the website, residents of Quebec will be able to bet on sports, but with the following instructions:

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With Mise-o-jeu, the minimum number of predictions is 2 and the maximum is 8.

In some cases, it’s even possible to make a single prediction if the question concerns several events. This type of bet is called a single bet and questions associated with this bet are identified by in the “Betting offer” section of miseojeu.com.

For example, you may choose to simply predict the answer to the question “Which quarterback will rack up the most passing yards in today’s matches?” in order to register your selection.

You can make predictions on events you choose, mixing and matching all sports.

The site also offers blackjack of up to 3 hands, European, and Atlantic City. A black strategy chart is also given to help players with their game.

French roulette and European roulette, and a selection of table games such as Baccarat, Red Dog, Sic Bo, and Let it Ride, Caribbean Stud and 3 card pokers are available in the Table games section.

The game for fun section offers the ever popular game of Bejeweled for live betting, and also others such as Cash Drop and Chain Reaction. 20 line slots are also available.

The events section tells about upcoming tournaments for poker, and which customers are winning for the week.

The one thing that is not available online is the lottery. The Lotto 649, Quebec 49, Lotto Max, Banco, Lotto Poker, Sprinto, La Quotidienne, La Poule auz oeufs d’or,, La mini, Jour de paye, Triplex, Astro, Flambant neuf, La Poule special gala, Célébration 2012, gagnant à vie, and La Poule gala country are all only available for live betting through a lottery outlet within the province of Quebec

British Columbia was the first province to offer online gambling through their site playnow.ca.