Single-Event Sports Betting Available on

BCLC will begin offering single-event sports bets and bets on racing and fighting on when Bill C-218 – the Safe and Regulated Sports Betting Act – comes into effect.

“This is a landmark moment for BCLC and our players,” says Lynda Cavanaugh, BCLC’s Interim President and CEO. “We’re excited to enhance our offerings on, the only gambling website operating in B.C. where revenue goes back to British Columbians by supporting provincial initiatives like healthcare, education and community programs.”

In fiscal year 2020/21, generated a record-breaking $252-million to the Province of B.C.

This new offering means players can place a single wager on the outcome of a football game, such as Saturday’s tilt between the BC Lions and Ottawa Redblacks, or the Seattle Seahawks’ season opener on September 12. Players will also finally have the option to place bets on racing and fighting, including this Sunday’s boxing match between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley.

As single-event sports betting is introduced to, BCLC will continue prioritizing the health of players. features numerous responsible-gambling safeguards, including dedicated player-health specialists known as GameSense Advisors who are available via telephone and online chat. is the only gambling website in North America and one of the few in the world to offer this service. These specialists support players with healthy play habits, and can refer them to treatment and support services if needed.

BCLC continues to explore additional opportunities to implement single-event sports betting across land-based channels, including casinos in British Columbia.

Under B.C.’s Gaming Control Act, BCLC has the delegated authority to conduct and manage commercial gambling — including online gambling — on behalf of the Province of B.C. No other person or company may conduct, manage, or operate a commercial gambling organization in B.C.

As B.C.’s only legal online gambling website, must meet high standards for technical integrity, age verification and responsible gambling, as well as federal anti-money laundering requirements.

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