WCLC Sports Select Betting

Providers of Sports Select wagering, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation facilitates gambling activities in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories. Strictly controlled, and always slanted towards the government of the provinces and territories it serves, Point Spread, Pro-Line/Over-Under, Pools and Props are the four planks that form the WCLC Sports Select betting platform.

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In cities across the Prairies, from Winnipeg to Regina and Edmonton, plus Iqaluit, Whitehorse and Yellowknife in the North, Western Canada lottery and gaming is served up by the WCLC. Though baffling, that it’s not available online, Sports Select tickets can only be purchased at lottery retailers. Handicappers in the heart of Canada have better options with these top-ranked online sportsbooks.

As illustrated below, there are several major differences between the WCLC Sports Select wagering option and the online sportsbooks we carefully review here at Canada Sports Betting. WCLC Sports Select really tilts the odds in their favour. They want you think they have a monopoly on the sector and that they can charge whatever they want.

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WCLC Sports Select Review

As experienced and veteran handicappers, we know full well how much work is required to achieve success. Scouring the daily sports menu, to separate the good from the bad, and then researching the games you have left can take hours – just to find a single one-bet wager. Also, don’t forget the added TIE odds options that government sports lotteries throw into the mix to complicate things. Simply stated; Sports Select sets up barriers that players should avoid.

  • Parlays Favour the House
  • Added TIE Options Complicate Decisions
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WCLC Sports Select Odds

Bettors need to be prepared to deal with a lot of headaches, and more than their fair share of bad beats, when wagering on WCLC Sports Select odds. Take the nine-game NHL slate from 26/11/16 as an example. With the Pro-Line odds, handicappers were required to select from HOME or TIE or VISITOR lines. While the deck is stacked in the governments’ favour – it is doable. Going through the required homework, you discover a few key factors that put three teams in a hole before the games begin. With that primer – you pounce.

Sensing the Capitals, Devils and Red Wings might be a little weary since they are playing on back-to-back nights with travel, you tie the Maple Leafs, Penguins and Canadiens together. While the Toronto pick is a bit risky, up against Alex Ovechkin & Crew, you are getting superior squads (and the better goaltenders) with Pittsburgh and Montreal. Due to the fact that you can’t bet online with the Sports Select option, you head out to your local lottery retailer to place your bet. Because of the added TIE factor, the odds are fairly decent and your ticket returns $146.53 on a $20.00 wager.

Placing that same wager online at SportsInteraction, where the TIE is eliminated, $71.11 is the return on your parlay ticket. Once back home, and tracking the games, the risky Toronto bet is up 4-1 but the Penguins and Canadiens are both down a goal late in the third period. In the end, the Leafs hang on and upset the Capitals while the Pens and Habs stormed back to win their contests in extra time. Unfortunately, because two of the matchups went into overtime, your WCLC Sports Select ticket is toast. Meanwhile, smart online bettors cashed winning tickets. Restack the odds in your favour by registering a personal wagering account at any of the top sportsbooks listed above.

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WCLC Sports Select FAQ

What does WCLC stand for?

WCLC stands for Western Canada Lottery Corporation.

Who owns WCLC?

The WCLC is owned by the governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and works with differential provincial organizations to run and regulation the service.

Where does its money go to?

The money the WCLC draws is divided up three ways: money distributed to winners, money used to run the WCLC (operations and labour costs), with the remaining money used as tax dollars to pay for different services across the provinces such as education.

Where does the lottery operate?

The WCLC operates in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
The headquarters are in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Where can I bet on sports with the WCLC?

You can bet on sports with the WCLC through a lottery kiosk or online.

Does it have an application?

Yes, the WCLC has an application available on Android and iOS.

What sports can you bet with through it?

Yes, you bet on the most popular sports through the WCLC, such as NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB bets. The most popular bets available include point spreads, over/under, and prop bets.

Why are odds on the WCLC different than odds online?

Odds when betting through the WCLC are worse and less profitable than those offered through online sportsbooks. The reason is due to a combination of the WCLC operating as a non-profitable organization and to dissuade professional bettors from taking advantage of the betting system in place.

What time does it close?

The WCLC operates 24 hours every day. However, many lottery kiosks close, meaning Canadians using the WCLC have to bet online or find an open kiosk to make wagers.

How do you check if you won?

To check if you won a bet through the WCLC, you can scan your betting ticket at a WCLC kiosk or use the app to scan the QR code on the ticket. If the bet is made online, then you will receive an email, or your account will update with your winnings.

How do you claim winnings from it?

To claim winnings, go to a lottery kiosk and scan your ticket to receive a cash payout. Online winnings are claimed by withdrawing them from your online account into your bank account.
Large scale winnings (over $1000 typically), require an individual to go to a lottery office.