EveryMatrix increases esports coverage through new betting service

Industry platform and technology services provider, EveryMatrix, has launched its new esports betting service, providing real-time coverage of tournaments, leading games titles and betting markets.

The new esports betting service, brought in as an addition to the supplier’s OddsMatrix offering, already includes data feeds, feed aggregation technology and a fully-managed sportsbook.

It will give users access to real-time pre-match and live odds, match statistics, scores, settlements and ensures stable operations as part of its automated trading system.

Ebbe Groes, CEO of EveryMatrix, commented: “The e-Sport revolution has finally begun, and we are pleased to join the commercial breakthrough of e-Sports betting with our newly released e-Sports services. This exciting new feature is a part of both OddsMatrix Data Feeds and the latest instalment of the OddsMatrix Sportsbook.”

The new service intends to provide bookmakers, affiliates, media and fan sites with real-time coverage of leading game titles and tournaments. The current offering covers esports titles and tournaments such as CS:GO, DOTA 2, LOL, Overwatch, StarCraft, Fortnite, PUBG, Call of Duty, among many others.

Groes added: “With OddsMatrix, we’ve increased our ability to easily add new betting markets and sports. This shows now in our increased Sports live offering (reaching 35,000 events in peak) but also in our recent expansion into e-Sports betting.”

EveryMatrix’s esports portfolio has grown to offer coverage on over 50 tournaments as well as over 1200 pre-live events and 400+ live events. It supplies over 60 different betting types which are applied to all relevant maps, rounds and periods of disciplines.

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