Canadian Sports Betting Expert Greg Warren Joins Canada Sports Betting Team

Greg Warren, a Canadian sports betting reporter will be breaking news and writing about the latest developments from coast to coast for Canada Sports Betting

Sports betting expert and influential reporter Greg Warren has joined to help provide information, expert commentary and industry developments about the Canadian sports betting market. is the home for Canadian sports betting industry news and Warren’s coverage is a fresh look at sport betting content across Canada, North America and the world. Canada’s sports betting business is robust and faces fast-changing challenges that companies, sportsbooks and bettors want to know more about on a daily or weekly basis. Because is the one-stop destination for all of the latest sports betting news, expect Greg to be dialed in to trends, storylines and business surprises interested readers can learn and take action from knowing his career experiences are driving the wagering info. The Sports Techie community blog wants you to only bet money you can afford to lose. Whether you like to bet on the NHL, NBA, World Series or World Cup, Canada Sports Betting has been rating sportsbooks since the early days of the online betting wave as a trusted resource. Warren believes Ontario’s online market may possibly be one of the largest iGaming sovereignties in North America once it matures.

Canada Sports Betting is the one-stop source for all things related to the online Sportsbook, Casino, Poker and Racebook betting industry

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Canada Sports Betting is dedicated to helping Canadians make safe, legal, and informed gambling decisions while also providing educational betting tools and insights. Whether you need information on which sportsbooks are available in your province, how to place a hockey, football, or curling wager, or simply want to gain a deeper understanding of sports betting odds, Canada Sports Betting has you covered by the likes of Warren.

Greg has history as a Canadian sports betting reporter for Better Collective with previous work appearing on and His new role is to share breaking news and write about the latest developments from coast to coast for Canada Sports Betting.

Greg is a sports editor previously working for respected Canadian media outlets such as Rogers Sportsnet, theScore, and Covers Media Group. He’s covered sports in Canada for over a decade, specializing in NHL, NFL, CFL, MLB, and sports betting. In his spare time, he can be found attempting to break 90 on the golf course or cruising down the slopes at his local ski hill.

Greg has been following the exciting industry developments across Canada for the past year, including the launch of Ontario’s regulated iGaming and sports betting market, responsible gambling initiatives, the launch of a new online gambling site in Saskatchewan, the rollout of retail sports betting in Ontario, and the ongoing negotiation process between private sports betting operators and provincial regulators in Alberta.

Here is his first piece for Canada Sports Betting, about OLG’s announcement allowing retail sports betting in the province

Warren’s deep dive article about the retail sports betting launch by Great Canadian Entertainment (CGE) and their 10 Ontario casinos that are part of their 25 gaming, entertainment, and hospitality establishments throughout Canada, now being able to accept in-person retail sports bets, is the kind of compelling wagering content Ontarians and fellow Canadians can look for going forward.

Greg also shared news about the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation press release announcement on the agreement on compliance with the Ontario government providing the path for the launch of retail sportsbooks private operators that manage the day-to-day operations of the venues, such as CGE.

Ontario has five major casino providers: Gateway Casinos, Fallsview Casino Resort, Caesars Windsor, Hard Rock Ottawa, and GCE.

Established and new gamblers around the province of Ontario laid down in excess of $6 billion while the online market kicked in $267 million in total gaming revenue taken from iCasino, online poker, and online sports betting. The 628,000 active player accounts sports betting data came from the Fiscal Year Q2 report released by iGaming Ontario for the period of July 1-Sept. 30, 2022, when each punter spent an average of $142 per month.

Sports Techie, Canada lifted the federal ban on single-game sports betting on August 27, 2021. Covers has an interactive map highlighting each Canadian province and territories standing on legalized single-game sports bets after Bill C-128, the Safe and Regulated Sport s Betting Act, took effect. Before this change, parlay betting and pari-mutual wagering were the only forms of legal sports betting across the nation. The notion of lost revenue to offshore sports betting was a main driving force for the adoption of single-game wagering as a means to generate those funds for the Canadian economy and not lose it overseas.

Sports betting and sports technology are certainly ramping up in the United States and Canada.

Contact Greg with at [email protected].

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