Sports and esports betting provider BETER has announced a new format for its coverage of Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournaments, including live streaming, live data and odds.
The new format aims to provide an ‘unparalleled gaming experience’ for competing players as well as ‘captivating and spectacular events’ for esports viewers.
Prior to the launch of the updated format, ESportsBattle tournaments only hosted 5×5 and 2×2 matches, whilst the introduction of 1×1 games will increase the total number of monthly events to 1,400.
Included in the new 1×1 format are Bo3 1×1 games, daily matches from 9:00PM to 3:00AM (UTC), 45 maps per day and average duration of over 10 minutes per map.
“ESportsBattle’s fast CS:GO matches, which are powered by BETER, not only increase spectators’ engagement and enable them to make more bets on dynamic content but also maximise the revenue growth of betting operators,” said Alex Barkar, CEO at BETER.
“CS:GO is one of the most popular esports disciplines in the world. ESportsBattle is continually expanding its horizons by constantly testing new game formats to provide operators with relevant and fast content.”
In addition to CS;GO events,the ESportsBattle platform covers commercial efootball, ebasketball and eicehockey, and is active in over 150 countries.
Outside of EsportsBattle tournaments, BETER is heavily active in other areas of the esports sector, powering the Setka Cup and offering trading of world esports events, in addition to its provision of live streaming, data and odds for betting companies.
The firm has also built up a presence in real-world sports, having become a partner of the Central Asian Asia Pro League basketball tournament last month, with the aim of equipping the competition with reliable and accurate trading and producing a range of content for betting operators.