OLG PRO•LINE App is ready for some football

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Toronto, ON – PRO•LINE players can now build their tickets for Sunday’s football games and any other sports offered by PRO•LINE right from their mobile phones with the new OLG PRO•LINE App.

The OLG PRO•LINE App allows players to build their sports wagers on-the-go without having to fill out a paper selection slip.

The app is available now free to download from the App Store and Google Play Store.

Using the OLG PRO•LINE App is easy:

  • Choose a PRO•LINE game to play
  • View the full event list in the app
  • Make the required number of selections to create a ticket and the app will save them as a barcode
  • Visit an OLG retail location to have the retailer scan the barcode and print the ticket
  • Pay for the ticket to complete the purchase

“PRO•LINE players have been asking us for an easier way to ‘Get way into the game,’” said Wendy Montgomery, OLG Senior Vice President, Lottery & iGaming. “With the new OLG PRO•LINE App players can skip the slip and go right to the retailer with their picks!”

The OLG PRO•LINE App provides quick mobile access to check OLG odds and event results and will even send updates if there is a change to an event saved in the picks. The app also offers a direct link to PlaySmart.ca where players can access responsible gambling information.

PRO•LINE players can check their tickets for wins and payouts by downloading the OLG Lottery App.

Winning tickets must be redeemed by an OLG retailer or through the OLG Prize Centre.

OLG offers wagering on sports events with PRO•LINE, POINT SPREAD, POOLS and PROPS. Information on how to play these games is available at proline.ca.

OLG is the Ontario government agency that delivers gaming entertainment in a socially responsible manner. OLG conducts and manages gaming facilities, the sale of province-wide lottery games, PlayOLG Internet gaming, the delivery of bingo and other electronic gaming products at Charitable Gaming Centres and is helping to build a more sustainable horse racing industry in Ontario. Since 1975, OLG has provided nearly $47 billion to the Province and the people of Ontario. These payments to the province support the operation of hospitals, amateur sport through the Quest for Gold program, local and provincial charities and problem gambling prevention, treatment and research.

All for Here – 100 per cent of OLG’s proceeds are invested in Ontario