The Covid pandemic would be the katalysator that would sling esports into the mainstream media. That was the prediction two years ago, how much of that promise has survived the test of time?
Is there still fun in a competition when the title seems to be on it’s way to Manchester half way in? There sure is! We are looking at bets for runner up, Champions League tickets and topscorer. Nothing won there yet.
‘Juventus is so good, it even turned Sarri into a winner’. This quote from a journalist says a lot. Juventus won the Serie A last season, like everybody expected them to do, but by a very small margin. That is something not everybody expected. What does this mean for next season?
A glimpse of hope for sports fans and betting fans that sports events and competitions will continue on short notice. Probably without the audience attending and with some unusual safety rules, but nevertheless something to get excited about.
It is to no one surprise that the bookmakers have shifted their attention from physical sports to esports. Not only bookmakers, also sport fans are desperately looking for their shot of adrenaline and serotonin from a good match! Esports on first glance seems to be the perfect suspect to satisfy our needs.
The charity Dota 2 tournament WeSave! Charity Play has hit a milestone in donations. The initial prize pool of $120,000 has been raised with $30,000 in just a matter of three days for WePlay! The total stands at $150,000 thus far and is growing still.