SBC News Betby announces major esports content update
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Betby announces major esports content update

Betby has introduced a significant content update of its Betby Games’ esports feed to elevate the betting experience for its partner network. 

This includes the launch of a new eShooting Game. In detail, with the introduction of Counter-Strike AI, Betby Games will now feature nine e-sim game titles. 

This latest title will provide players with fresh and exhilarating gaming experiences, combining cutting-edge graphics with in-depth market betting options. 

The game, which is focused on the esports audience and is said to ‘perfectly complement’ any esports lineup, has involved independent development and training of bots.

Meanwhile, the content will also include eSoccer. The introduction of a new game mode in the form of Futsal in eSoccer is set to deliver a ‘fast-paced, high-energy version’ of FIFA, emphasising ‘skill and agility’. 

Kirill Nekrasov, Head of Betby Games, commented: “We are continuously striving to innovate and improve our offerings to provide the best possible esports experience for our partners and their players. 

“This major content update reflects our commitment to excellence and our passion for the esports sector.”

Furthermore, Betby Games will also be introducing the British, Sri Lankan and Bangladesh Championships for eCricket. This will be featured around the clock in a special 5-over mod, with the total number of events amounting to over 7,000 per month.

Lauding how the company recognises the importance of improving the number and quality of offered markets, the content update has also focused on creating the ‘perfect football model’ for the FIFA eSoccer product. 

To further enhance the betting experience, the provider has added more than 15 new markets for FIFA eSoccer, ranging from the exact number of goals and correct score to various combo markets.

Moreso, another update concerns Betby Games’ eBasketball offering, which now features regional leagues for Spain, Turkey, France, and several other regions. The seven new tournaments will see the addition of over 10,000 monthly events.

Finally, Betby has unveiled the launch of new eTennis tournaments set at the Roland Garros and Wimbledon venues. These tournaments, which aim to allow players to engage themselves with two of the sport’s most famous tournaments, will see the addition of around 4,000 events per month.

“By introducing new games like Counter-Strike AI, expanding FIFA with the Futsal mode and adding new markets, and launching exciting tournaments for eCricket and eBasketball, we aim to enhance the gaming experience for the end players,” Nekrasov added.

“We believe these additions will not only enrich our esports portfolio but also drive the satisfaction among our partners and elevate the overall engagement of their player base.”

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