Esports Technologies Now Allowing Users To Bet On Major Gaming Titles

Esports Technologies Inc. is now allowing users to place bets on major gaming titles through the company’s betting platform Some of the games users can place wagers on includes CS:GO, League of Legends, Dota 2, StarCraft 2, Rainbow Six Seige, Warcraft 3, King of Glory, and FIFA.

“With esports viewership growing at a rapid pace, we are excited to tap into the communities around these games and offer fans a new way to engage with their favorite esports,” said Esport Technologies’ CEO Aaron Speach. “Wagering offers the audience a way to take advantage of their knowledge of the games, and the expert athletes who compete. We look forward to providing more esports wagering experiences for customers as the market grows.”

Back in March, Esports Technologies also announced the launch of its consumer platform, Gogawi, in Japan., which is an immersive betting destination, is now available in more than 140 different jurisdictions worldwide.

Esports Technologies is traded on the stock market under the abbreviation “EBET”. As of Friday, May 14th, one share of stock in EBET is currently valued at $20.90.

(All information was provided by PR Newswire, The Motley FoolGoogle, and Yahoo Finance)

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