Players take advantage of extra time by finding new ways to bet
Televisions, smart phones, and computers let people watch movies, play games, get work done, and socialize right from their living room. This rapidly advancing technology has been especially handy during recent times, which has left many people isolated. It’s a way to be connected with the real world from the safety of bed covers and fluffy couches.
One thing that’s started to grow even more while people are safely distancing is online sports and games betting. According to a study from September 2020, the current online gambling market is at $59 billion. Yes, it's that big. And it’s expected to reach a staggering $92.9 billion in 2023, meaning it will double at least.
People looking to get started with safe betting from inside their home should check out the new Betting.com site. While just sitting casually on a couch, bettors can quickly and easily place a bet and then continue to watch their sport of choice. Betting quickly without missing a part of the game allows bettors to enjoy the experience even more.
While bettors can expect sports such as soccer, football, and basketball, Betting.com also has esports. This includes titles like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and League of Legends. The esports betting market is becoming more and more prominent in the gambling world. In 2017, $5.5 billion was wagered on esports worldwide. By the end of 2020, it will reach almost $13 billion.
Betting on esports is a lot like betting on traditional sports. Bettors will not only watch the match, but study both teams’ previous outcomes and results against each other. They will also study the players and their recent history, looking at trades and signings that could change the way the team performs. Check out the news on WIN.gg to not only learn more about the teams and their players, but read betting analysis pieces by esports insiders.
For esports fans already watching professionals play CSGO, esports betting is just another way to increase the excitement during major tournaments. It’s also a way to use their knowledge to make some easy money. Just remember to bet responsibly and make sure the bets are only for entertainment purposes.
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