Esports has a massive fanbase, and there is a growing realisation that the company that cracks the code of developing an offering that brings betting to this highly engaged audience will profit handsomely. Having built a platform from the ground up, led by a team of experienced igaming and esports professionals, Luckbox is well-placed to succeed.
Betfan has rolled out its gambling services in the Polish market, claiming to be the only with the online operator offering consumers in the country the chance to wager on a range of non-sporting events.
Washington State-based tribal casino operator the Quinault Indian Nation has accused Valve Corporation of facilitating illegal gambling on its online video games distribution platform Steam in a new lawsuit.
The Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden) has successfully petitioned the country’s telecommunications providers to block access to 25 unlicensed gaming websites, including 15 skin betting domains.
A bill from New Jersey Assemblymember Ralph Caputo would formalise the penalties imposed on licensees that offer odds on sporting events for which betting is prohibited, with the guilty parties facing fines and automatic licence suspensions.
Blockchain gaming investment business Global Gaming Technologies has appointed Nolan Bushnell, the founder of video game developer Atari Inc, as its new chief executive and chairman, while the company has also agreed a deal to acquire Videre eSports Corp and expand into the esports sector.
In the second part of his feature on how affiliates can best tap into the exploding esports market, Nick Pateman looks at market developments, generating value from engagements, data, content, hiiring and where to start
With viewer numbers, prize pools and now betting revenues continuing to rocket, esports’ meteoric rise continues apace, writes Nick Pateman. Here he offers his insights on how best to tap into this exploding market