Max Ent and GGBet target Europe with new esports betting site
Malta-based Max Entertainment has joined forces with esports betting brand GGBet to launch a new online gambling site focused on the European region.
GGBet.com will enable consumers across Europe to place bets on esports events around the world, including next month’s CS:GO Majors and DOTA 2 tournament The International.
Payments on the site will be processed through SafeCharge, while the customer services team will be based outside of Max Entertainment’s native Malta market.
The site will run under Max Entertainment’s Malta licence.
“Interest in esports continues to increase each year, and the growth of GGBET is both to be expected and a noteworthy benefit to European enthusiasts looking for a safe, reliable site to use which is one of the pioneering platforms in esports betting," MaxEnt said.
The GGBet global brand launched in August 2016 and offers odds on a total of 14 esports games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2 and NBA2K18. Users also benefit from integrated real-time streaming functionality for certain esports events.