You’ve seen a great offer for PointsBet on the UltimateFan website but don’t have an account, well this guide is going to walk you through on how to sign up with PointsBet.

The first thing you need to do is head to the PointsBet website, where you’ll find the ‘Sign Up’ button in the top right-hand corner of the screen.

You will then be asked to fill out a registration form, selecting your region before inputting your first and last name as well as your email address.

Once you’ve clicked continue, you then need to enter your date of birth; last four digits of your social security number, your cell phone number, and your home address.

After that, you’ll be asked to create your own password, before agreeing to their terms and conditions.

You can then go ahead and press submit, and your details will be reviewed. This doesn’t usually take very long.

However, if verification isn’t completed quickly, then the site may ask you to provide documents for further evaluation.

Once everything is verified and up to scratch, you can then deposit funds and start betting.

Why do you need verification?

Sportsbooks use verification to ensure that you are who you say you are, which helps remove any players who may be acting in a criminal manner.

It also prevents underage gambling, whilst also stopping people from opening multiple accounts to benefit from bonuses.

There are a few options that you can pick from when it comes to supplying identification for verification:

Caesars may ask for proof of address too. You can use the following:

The process of verifying individual players is essential for many reasons, with it being a federal law in the United States that online gambling operators earning $1million or more in gross revenues to complete the process.

Money Laundering

It prevents people from using gambling as a vehicle for money laundering, with PointsBet using quality banking options for depositing and withdrawing funds to avoid this issue.

Fraud Prevention

By using ID verification, fraud will be prevented as only an individual with the proper paperwork being able to create an account.

This means that a thief with your credit card will be unable to complete the verification process after trying to create an account in your name.