How and Where to Bet on eSports?
Betting is one of the main attractions for a large part of the traditional sports public and, little by little, it has also become an important part of eSports despite the controversy that has surrounded it over the years.
Valve even had to go out of its way to try to shut down certain bookmakers and sites that used its gaming inventory illegally, getting many of them to shut down and others to agree to strictly regulate their policies for the safety of users.
Below we are going to talk about how to bet on eSports in case you want to play a small part of your money or skins of your favorite titles and where you can do it. But, if you want to learn more about Online Casinos or Bonuses, than check out what else we’ve got on Casinoble!
How to Bet on eSports?
To be able to bet on sportsbooks in South Africa, we must first create an account and give our personal details. Such as name and surname and even our ID card as well as a credit/credit card or a Bitcoin account so that we can deposit the real money we want to play on our eSports bets.
Specific and Exclusive Betting Sites for eSports
In 2015 the first online bookmaker and betting website for eSports was created. With support for several countries including the UK where you can bet with real money on various games. Nowadays, the most played eSports games are the following ones:
- Dota 2
- Counter Strike Global Offensive
- League of legends
- Rocket League
- Starcraft 2
- Heroes of the Storm
- Call of Duty
- World of Tanks
Secret eSports Betting Ticks: Gambling Items and Skins
Due to the characteristics of Steam's inventory, betting on CS:GO and DOTA 2 has spread like wildfire, becoming a real phenomenon on the most famous eSports betting sites.
On some sites, however, instead of betting real money, what is at stake are our skins or items for the game in question, either through normal bets in which we have to predict the winner of championship matches such as The International or ELEAGUE Premier or through different casino-style games such as Live Roulette.
For these particular bookmakers all we need to do is register with our Steam account and provide the exchange URL of our account on the Valve platform that will allow us to share the objects in our inventory with the bots of the website in question.
To locate this address, simply go to your Steam inventory page, click on the “Trade Offers” button and then click on an option called “Who can send me trade offers”. In this new menu, at the bottom, you will find the URL in question.
Once we are done with the whole process, we will have to enter the skins we want to risk in the bookmaker and then play them in the way we think is most convenient to try to get more skins and increase our inventory.