Mobile eSports Betting NZ
eSports Betting is the industry of betting on video gaming tournaments and their outcomes. eSports refers to various tournaments for popular games like Counter Strike, League of Legends and Dota 2, and eSports Betting is on these respective national and international major events around the world.
Due to the unpredictable and large-scale nature of these video gaming events, the eSports Betting industry has grown exponentially over the years. Thus, there are many sites on the web today that offer bettors eSports Betting opportunities on some of the industry’s favourite games. As with all of our other sportbooks, you can easily get in on the mobile betting action from a selection of bookie apps.
Dota 2 eSports Bets Online
Dota 2 is a multiplayer battle arena game that is free to play on Valve’s Steam platform. Developed by Valve Corporation itself, this game is separated into matches that are played between 2 teams of players. These players must protect their Ancient while destroying that of the other team in order to win. Dots 2 eSports bets can be placed for the winning team, most valuable player of the match and also timing of the first kill of the game.
The biggest Dota 2 tournament by far is The International, which is hosted by Valve. The tournament has been held every year since 2011, and the game’s Compendium feature has allowed the event to be crowd funded as well. The International offers one of the largest prize pools in eSports history, with the 2015 prize in excess of $18 million. eSports Betting on the Dota International tournament is becoming more and more popular each year with the number of eSports bets placed matching the increase in overall viewership and prize pools.
Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty Betting
Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty is a military science fiction real-time strategy game. The game is based on Jim Raynor and his band of rebels, who wage war against the oppressive leaders of the Terran Dominion.
GSL eSports bets and the Battle.net World Championship Series are some of the biggest Starcraft 2 tournaments for eSports betting on. The former is held on a monthly basis in South Korea, and offers prize pools of over $100,000 to its winners.
Overwatch Gaming eSports Bets
Overwatch is one of the newest video games on the market, having been released in May 2016. The game is a multiplayer first person shooter developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Players play Overwatch as a part of 2 teams, using predefined heroes as characters in one of several game play modes. specific Overwatch betting odds are given for which team will win the match and the ever popular “Play of the Game” Overwatch eSports bets. As with many news sports betting options, we’d recommend you test the waters with some free bets.
The ESL Overwatch Atlantic Showdown in August 2016 was the first international Overwatch competition to be announced. A brand new Overwatch World Cup tournament is also due to be hosted in November this year.
CS:GO eSports Betting Sites
Created by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment, Counter Strike: Global Offensive is a multiplayer first-person shooter online game. Players of the game have a choice to play as either Counter Terrorists or Terrorists in order to eliminate the opposing team and protect their own. CS:GO betting is becoming more popular with Australians and international players with great odds and an appealing entertainment factor of watching online video games!
The Counter Strike: Global Offensive Majors are mostly held by Valve Corporation. Due to its success in the eSports industry, the game also won the 2015 eSports Game of the Year award.
League of Legends eSports Betting
League of Legends, often abbreviated to LoL, is a Riot Games production that takes the form of a multi-player online battle arena game. Players of the game must take on the role of a Summoner, who will control a Hero and battle other players’ chosen Heroes and destroy their Nexus. In team based League of Legends betting, punters can place LoL eSports bets on which team will win, who will be the MVP and timings on first kills of the match.
League of Legends has one of the most prolific tournament scenes of any eSport, as well as some of the biggest prize pools. League of Legends’ 2014 and 2015 tournaments both offered prizes in excess of $2.3 million.